use afflict in a sentence.
I do all of that and have still been afflicted with most of those problems.
Their motive is authoritarianism; an unfortunate disease which sadly afflicts most politicians.
Equipment snobs afflict every hobby.
The American media holds "comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable" almost up there with objective truth.
Interesting, seems the preview pages suddenly aren't showing reviews for any of the afflicted apps (Kindle, Nook, Kobo).
You mean they might actually get rid of the dozen shades of purple that currently afflict their sites?
I don't advocate giving up, merely pointing out that being afflicted with a few particularly strong beliefs is not cause to reject all of that person's opinions.
My takeaway from the Wikipedia excerpt is that being afflicted w/ confirmation bias equates to being in denial.
But gangrene frequently afflicts extremities.
So it's a double-whammy of Cult Personalities who are all afflicted with Not Invented Here syndrome.
Since the point of hellbanning is to not let the afflicted in on it, is it frowned upon to inform others of such status?
In the meantime in France, we can't get past that PHP/Enterprise Java illness that's been afflicting the dynamism of our net ecomomy for a decade now.
Because we're all afflicted with terrible ADD after years of internet usage.
And comments on blogs, even good ones, are also generally afflicted with the dumb and just aren't worth wading through to find the handful of people who hate to look like gibbering idiots (and have the intelligence to avoid it).