The young fellow upon whom she had inflicted twenty three years of slavery continued the false heirs pension of thirty five dollars a month to her but her hurts were too deep for money to heal the spirit in her eye was quenched her martial bearing departed with it and the voice of her laughter ceased in the land. Inflicted definition to impose as something that must be borne or suffered to inflict punishment see more. Fifty lashes is a maximum punishment inflicted only for the gravest crimes as she smiled and listened evelyn dreamed not of the anguish she inflicted. Inflict definition is afflict how to use inflict in a sentence recent examples on the web in impact play this is the person inflicting the spanks or other forms of play sophie saint thomas allure a beginners guide to impact play 1 may 2019 these initial tariffs are unlikely to inflict serious harm to the worlds two biggest economies. The girls words so inspired the prince with confidence that he told her all his tale of woe and ended up by asking her advice as to how he was to escape the punishment the fairy would be sure to inflict on him when she discovered that he had not cut down the trees in the wood and that he had broken her axe
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