martyrise


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martyrise


Past participle: martyrised
Gerund: martyrising

Imperative
martyrise
martyrise
Present
I martyrise
you martyrise
he/she/it martyrises
we martyrise
you martyrise
they martyrise
Preterite
I martyrised
you martyrised
he/she/it martyrised
we martyrised
you martyrised
they martyrised
Present Continuous
I am martyrising
you are martyrising
he/she/it is martyrising
we are martyrising
you are martyrising
they are martyrising
Present Perfect
I have martyrised
you have martyrised
he/she/it has martyrised
we have martyrised
you have martyrised
they have martyrised
Past Continuous
I was martyrising
you were martyrising
he/she/it was martyrising
we were martyrising
you were martyrising
they were martyrising
Past Perfect
I had martyrised
you had martyrised
he/she/it had martyrised
we had martyrised
you had martyrised
they had martyrised
Future
I will martyrise
you will martyrise
he/she/it will martyrise
we will martyrise
you will martyrise
they will martyrise
Future Perfect
I will have martyrised
you will have martyrised
he/she/it will have martyrised
we will have martyrised
you will have martyrised
they will have martyrised
Future Continuous
I will be martyrising
you will be martyrising
he/she/it will be martyrising
we will be martyrising
you will be martyrising
they will be martyrising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been martyrising
you have been martyrising
he/she/it has been martyrising
we have been martyrising
you have been martyrising
they have been martyrising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been martyrising
you will have been martyrising
he/she/it will have been martyrising
we will have been martyrising
you will have been martyrising
they will have been martyrising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been martyrising
you had been martyrising
he/she/it had been martyrising
we had been martyrising
you had been martyrising
they had been martyrising
Conditional
I would martyrise
you would martyrise
he/she/it would martyrise
we would martyrise
you would martyrise
they would martyrise
Past Conditional
I would have martyrised
you would have martyrised
he/she/it would have martyrised
we would have martyrised
you would have martyrised
they would have martyrised
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Verb1.martyrise - torture and torment like a martyrmartyrise - torture and torment like a martyr  
excruciate, torture, torment - subject to torture; "The sinners will be tormented in Hell, according to the Bible"
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Bref, d'un corps martyrise le romancier fait un corps revolte et dissident, un corps qui reussit excellemment a conjuguer la creation litteraire avec la lutte politique.
What the Baudelairian elements provide, then, is a sort of 'cure' for what ails the heroine once she begins to slip into the all too familiar role of slave--not Baudelaire's "esclave martyrise du Temps," but slave to Max, as she was to her former husband; slave to her own physical needs.
Toulon a poursuivi sa remontee vers les sommets du Top 14 de rugby en administrant une lecon (26-3) a Bourgoin, martyrise en conquete sur son propre terrain et toujours dernier au classement, vendredi en match avance de la 8e journee.
Ainsi qu'un debauche pauvre qui baise et mange Le sein martyrise d'une antique catin.
Consider this striking version of a stanza from "To the Reader": Ainsi qu'un debauche pauvre qui baise et mange Le sein martyrise d'une antique catin, Nous volons au passage un plasir clandestin Que nous pressons bien fort comme une vielle orange.
(16) Le beau jeune homme martyrise joue chez Eekhoud un role de revelateur des passions homosexuelles enfouies dans les profondeurs de l'inconscient, suscitant la conversion des spectateurs subjugues.
Quite apart from questions of avoiding just responsibility, this is no way to get the best out of the man.' One can only conclude that this exhibition amounts to a kind of national beatification of a Prouve portrayed (to misquote General De Gaulle's words at the Liberation of Paris) as: Prouve out rage, Prouve brise, Prouve martyrise - mais Prouve eternel.