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affliction - Dictionary definition and meaning for word affliction

(noun) a state of great suffering and distress due to adversity
(noun) a condition of suffering or distress due to ill health
(noun) a cause of great suffering and distress
Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for affliction

sounds like infection, which causes a state of distress, irritation and suffering
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by keyurpatel87

lic(lick)-refers to tongue rite,so if we all remember ,a proverb says - tongue is the root cause for many family problems,so think b4 u talk.hence ,wen there is a problem,there is a state of distress.
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by sriharisharma

it can be a combination of two words..affection and conflict....so when there is a conflict in affection its a cause of great distress and suffering.
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by Progress

Affliction - flic(flick) is the middle word which means to steal in slang. So if you steal somebodies things, they go to a state of distress
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by prakashsrinivasan

fliction sounds like friction.. so a state of friction causing stress
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by gaurav324

Split "affliction" into "AFter conFLICTION" btw parents in family => usually results a affliction, state of distress
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by yellow_tulip_84

conflictions may bring affliction
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by bharatinuguri

affliction is a friction in heart.. A very heavy feeling.. A fr(L)iction..
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by Manikandan J

Afflication+infection.so you can take affli from affliation and ction from infection.When there is infection in affliation then it is state of distress.
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by ataur024

sounds like 'affection', we show great affection for sm1 suffering miserably
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by yourbikash

AFFLICTION<===> रोग (pr. \\rog \\ )[Noun] Example:Deafness is a terrible affliction. AFFLICTION<===> दुःख (pr. \\du:akh \\ )[Noun] Example:Deafness is a terrible affliction.
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by tpant

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