from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Delighting in or feeling pleasure from the pain of others.
- adj. Of behaviour which gives pleasure in the pain of others.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to sadism or to one who practises it.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. deriving pleasure or sexual gratification from inflicting pain on another
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This guy was also what we call a sadistic pedophile, which is that sadistic pedophiles often use objects to penetrate children rather than using the penis or the fingers, and that ` s apparently, if the allegations are true, what he did with one little girl.
Prosecutors said Dano Sonnex and Nigel prison Thursday for what he called the sadistic killing of two students who were bound, tortured and stabbed to death in a London apartment last students in a London apartment a year ago.
Back in 1988, he was sentenced to death by a court in Israel after he was identified as the sadistic guard known as "Ivan the Terrible" from the Treblinka concentration camp.
prison Thursday for what he called the sadistic killing of two students who were bound, tortured and stabbed to death in a London apartment last students after a botched burglary turned into a horrific bloodbath.
(Part of me wants to remix Waco footage, add the sexy voice of a woman talking in sadistic terms, and releasing this on the internet, simultaneously satirizing crush videos and portaying the government actions in this case as “obscene.”
Watching Martha toy with Nick is about as entertaining as watching a cobra stalk a field mouse – it’s got a certain sadistic appeal, but it’s over all too quickly.
And Ragout finds that Massad’s “scholarship” creates gems like this one: Such practices [as the torture of Abner Louima by NYC police] clearly demonstrate that white American male sexuality exhibits certain sadistic attributes in the presence of non-white men and women over whom white Americans (and Brits) have government-sanctioned racialised power.
Other Cestrian candidates are one Thomas Catlin, who was evidently disliked because he was mean (and wore what would today be called a sadistic smile), or Sir William Catesby, a Speaker of the House of Commons who was beheaded at Bosworth in 1485.
She and her former boyfriend were convicted of killing her former roommate, whose throat was cut in what was called a sadistic crime.
She and her former boyfriend were convicted of killing her former roommate whose throat was cut in what was called a sadistic crime.