Examples of excruciate in a Sentence
she has long been excruciated by a persistent pain in her knee
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The 2½-hour running time felt excruciating while waiting for the movie to pick up speed.
Harrison’s embodiment of teenage fear is excruciating to watch.
Yet within just days, the excruciating back pain had eased.
Much of the book details Andrew’s hellish 10-year struggle with trigeminal neuralgia, an entangled facial nerve that causes excruciating pain.
Every night, the civil engineer was hooked up to a machine for 10 to 12 hours, often suffering excruciating muscle aches.
The Golden State Warriors had recently won the 2015 NBA championship when their coach found himself in excruciating pain.
On CNN, Anderson Cooper hosted Kellyanne Conway for what proved an excruciating thirteen minutes of television.
Nick Buoniconti, who in a new Sports Illustrated story details his declining mental health in excruciating detail, is one of 20,000 former NFL players eligible for benefits under the league’s $1 billion concussion settlement.
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Origin and Etymology of excruciate
Latin excruciatus, past participle of excruciare, from ex- + cruciare to crucify, from cruc-, crux cross
First Known Use: circa 1570See Words from the same year
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