affliction - Dictionary definition and meaning for word affliction
sounds like infection, which causes a state of distress, irritation and suffering
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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.
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.
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
fliction sounds like friction.. so a state of friction causing stress
Split "affliction" into "AFter conFLICTION" btw parents in family => usually results a affliction, state of distress
conflictions may bring affliction
affliction is a friction in heart.. A very heavy feeling.. A fr(L)iction..
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.
sounds like 'affection', we show great affection for sm1 suffering miserably
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