English words and Examples of Usage

use "torture" in a sentence

When someone's head is covered with a plastic bag, it is torture.

“We have known for a long time that torture does not work,” he said.

The torture in addition to being inherently unlawful was gratuitous.

Then I listened to the Non-State Torture panel at Feminism in London.

There were promises to exclude tainted evidence, torture and coercion.

The other elements are torture and two factors related to other deaths.

A Cairo court sentenced him to 15 years in prison over torture charges.

He later left the prison and criticized torture methods used by the CIA.

Sadly, yet another work on the pointlessness of torture is rather timely.

Republican opponents of the amendment argued they do not condone torture.

We should revisit the New York Times' policy on using the word 'torture.'

It's not you, 'it's the seat' A coach class seat can be a chair of torture.

“Many of the photographs show emaciated bodies as well as marks of torture.”

A diary he kept of his torture is now being published around the world.

Burge was convicted of lying about the torture and served 4½ years in prison.

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