from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as flighted.


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  • Now has he no room for remorse: but for friendly pity only, and for wishes to relieve lier af-flicted heart.

    Sir Charles Grandison 2006

  • Like all true believers since the beginning of time, they saw only good arising out of the destruction they in-flicted.

    The Chronicles of Riddick Foster, Alan Dean, 1946- 2004

  • See that all af-flicted troops are medicated appropriately.

    Mid Flinx Foster, Alan Dean 1995

  • It would follow, however, that, if ever these obligations con - flicted with the general obligation to promote happi - ness (or good) they should be subordinated to it.


  • But it con - flicted with the biblical account of creation.


  • China raised an almost insoluble prob - lem because its civilization developed in isolation, its history was uninterrupted, and its chronology con - flicted with Western conventions based on the Bible.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas DONALD F. LACH 1968

  • "All the things in the drawer!" he said, "because you were 'flicted."

    Vesty of the Basins Sarah P. McLean Greene 1895

  • Frens and fam'ly hab gathered 'roun' de 'flicted one, an' hab paid dar respect ter her usefulness an 'value, an' hab shown her becomin 'sympathy.

    The Earth Trembled Edward Payson Roe 1863

  • She told Him how 'flicted I was, an how I was almos' discouraged, an 'begged Him to stan' by me, an 'to be better to me dan de best husband in de world.

    Aunt Sally: or, The Cross the Way of Freedom. A Narrative of the Slave-life and Purchase of the Mother of Rev. Isaac Williams, of Detroit, Michigan Isaac Williams 1858

  • I think I never hated slavery so intensely as at that moment; certainly, my perception of the enormous outrage which is in - flicted by it, on the godlike nature of its victims, was rendered far more clear than ever.

    Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave 1845


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