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- n. Alternative spelling of tormentor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, torments; a tormentor.
- n. An executioner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See tormentor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a flat at each side of the stage to prevent the audience from seeing into the wings
- n. someone who torments
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The only person in Concrete who's actually being haunted is Dean -- and his tormenter is his own mind (Teddy doesn't count, because he's a bear).
Could the mysterious tormenter be one of the Liars, one of their parents, a romantic interest, or an outsider?
As Iris is primarily a Spanish language speaker, her English-speaking tormenter somehow convinced the officers that she was the abuser.
Someone yelled "stop with the prostitutes" at Beckham following a Los Angeles Galaxy game on Friday night, and the soccer superstar furiously confronted his tormenter.
The guy in the headlock actually had the nerve to laugh— which, of course, only made his tormenter angrier.
Issa, Republican of California, gets his wish, he will have only two years to serve as a chief tormenter of the Obama administration.
At the end of Pretty Little Liars first season, both the girls and viewers came thisclose to discovering the identity of their tormenter, known only as "A."
He taught me patiently and lovingly to pound my tormenter with a right-hand punch to the solar plexus – probably the first anatomical term I learned.
My friend and occasional tormenter, Mr. Steve Gibson, has put up a gaming blogsite.
Bell, as Spinoza's aggrieved half-sister Rebekah, must take the most unconvincing leap, from tormenter of Spinoza to his ardent defender, in the space of what feels like nanoseconds.