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Inflict, 1) to lay on, to impose, to bring on: “lasting shame on thee and thine I will i.” Lucr. 1630. “no pain they can i. upon him,” H6B III, 1, 377.
2) to afflict, to punish, to visit: “i. our province,” Per. V, 1, 61 (M. Edd. afflict).
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