English words and Examples of Usage

use "cathartic" in a sentence

It's an upsetting, but cathartic meditation on the deaths of two young black males.

Binding is reversible so a cathartic such as sorbitol may be added as well.

The finale often bears an element of redemption, precededby a painful sacrifice or a cathartic act of violence.

' Ted Widmer of the New York Times Book Review said 'What Liberal Media' is bold, counterintuitive and cathartic.

'Screamworks' represents a cathartic, primal

scream; it's a big middle finger; it's a fuck off, I want to do what I want to do.

It has what researchers like to call a cathartic effect.

The cathartic impact of the emperor's words allowed the public to embrace th

e once alien concept of defeat.

It was almost cathartic to stand there.

For the CARVE team members, honoring Wooldridge was cathartic.

Yet the clip went viral because of our cathartic solidarity with Block.

It would have been inexpressibly cathartic had India, after liberating Hyderabad in September 1948, captured and tried the Nizam.

While most of the players don't have too much experience in home improvement, Ralph calls it a hob

by and says it's cathartic for him.

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