Pronunciation of Tormented
/tɔːmˈɛntɪd/, /tɔːmˈɛntɪd/, /t_ɔː_m_ˈɛ_n_t_ɪ_d/

Antonyms for tormented:

untroubled, joyful.

Synonyms for tormented:

Other synonyms and related words:

hag-ridden, hagridden, sorrowful.

tormented (noun)

hag-ridden, hagridden, sorrowful, tortured, troubled, anguished.

aggravated (verb)

troubled, fretted, Rankled, upset, needled, infuriated, hassled, vexed, discomposed, irked, Envenomed, Baited, enraged, exasperated, aroused, disturbed, perturbed, Nagged, peeved, teased, bothered, exacerbated, aggravated, Badgered, Grated, bedeviled, harried, Antagonized, annoyed, pestered.

pained (verb)

Racked, agonized, hurt, stitched, inflamed, stung, tortured, Suffered, cramped, Ached, Throbbed, pained, Wrenched, Smarted, irritated, chafed, anguished, distressed, afflicted, Discomforted.

threatened (verb)

browbeaten, browbeat, Forewarned, bullied, frightened, Hinted, threatened, admonished, intimidated, Bulldozed, harassed, scared, Foreboded.

Usage examples for tormented:

  • On the shore of Ptolemes gigantic projects agitated him, as, doubtless, regret for not having carried them into execution tormented him at St. Helena. - "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
  • I don't see why I should be so tormented; other people have girls that amount to something. - "Divers Women", Pansy and Mrs. C.M. Livingston.
  • Buonaparte had been tormented when in Egypt by certain rumours concerning the conduct of Josephine in his absence from Paris. - "The History of Napoleon Buonaparte", John Gibson Lockhart.

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