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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtorturoustor‧tur‧ous /ˈtɔːtʃərəs $ ˈtɔːr-/ adjective  very painful or unpleasant to experience a torturous five days of fitness testing
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torturousIt was a torturous decision, but he left Apple.torturous memoriesThink of the torturous metaphors and similes that the readers would be spared.my torturous summer language classFor Inman, the torturous wanderings test his will to survive.The experience had become pure music, each note torturous yet unbearably sweet.
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