Inflict [in-flikt]

verb (used with object)

1.

to impose as something that must be borne or suffered:
to inflict punishment.
 

2.

to impose (anything unwelcome):
The regime inflicted burdensome taxes on the people.
 

3.

to deal or deliver, as a blow.
 
 
Stand back while I inflict myself on cyberspace.
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4 responses to “Inflict [in-flikt]

    • Nope. I’m nowhere near bright enough to think that up. All it means is that what appears so obvious is, in my experience, not very obvious at all. There’s another word for it. But I can’t remember what I meant. It was quite a long time ago and my mind clutches a thing and then moves on really quickly.

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