Examples of excruciate in a Sentence
she has long been excruciated by a persistent pain in her knee
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At 41 weeks, the night before a scheduled induction, Jenn woke at 2 a.m. with contractions that quickly ramped from decisive to excruciating.
Just weeks after getting her truck out of repo and starting a part-time job in the cafe at Sam’s Club, Pruett called 911 with an attack of excruciating abdominal pain.
When the block wore off the next day, the pain in my eye and head was excruciating and required strong pills for relief.
Just when its analgesic effects waned, therapists would guide him through a series of coughing exercises to remove fluid in his lungs, which were excruciating because his abdominal muscles had been sliced open.
At 20 weeks, the unborn child has a fully developed nervous system that can feel the excruciating pain of abortionists' cutting tools.
His left hand was amputated at age 4, the result of a congenital condition called amniotic band syndrome, which had stunted the development of the appendage and caused excruciating pain.
The cost – financially, emotionally and physically for your father and the family – is excruciating.
Even the timing of the handshake between the two leaders has been planned in excruciating detail – not to mention their symbol-laden dinner menu, featuring Pyongyang’s trademark noodles and an elaborate mousse with a map of the Korean peninsula.
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