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aggrieve to distress or bring grief to; cause to suffer. [1/2 definitions]
agonize to suffer physical or mental agony. [1/3 definitions]
anguish to suffer or cause to suffer acute pain or distress. [1/2 definitions]
asphyxiate to suffer suffocation. [1/2 definitions]
be sorry to suffer the consequences.
candidate one who seems likely to achieve or suffer a particular end. [1/2 definitions]
choke to suffer difficulty in breathing or swallowing. [1/9 definitions]
come a cropper (informal) to suffer a failure or fiasco. [1/2 definitions]
curse an expression of a desire that someone or something might suffer lasting misfortune, or, in tales of magic, a spell that brings lasting misfortune. [2/9 definitions]
dead duck (informal) a person or thing that is too deteriorated or ruined to be helped or saved, or that is sure to suffer ruin or failure.
famish to cause to suffer from severe hunger. [1/2 definitions]
fatigue to suffer or experience fatigue. [1/8 definitions]
fixate to develop and persist in an immature psychological attachment, or to suffer arrested emotional development. [1/5 definitions]
gripe to suffer sharp pains in the bowel. [2/6 definitions]
hiccup to suffer from an attack of the hiccups. [1/4 definitions]
labor to suffer from a disadvantage (usu. fol. by under). [1/9 definitions]
languish to suffer in a state of neglect or indifference. [1/3 definitions]
lose to suffer the loss of through death. [1/9 definitions]
martyrize to make a martyr of, esp. by causing to suffer; torment.
melancholic suffering or inclined to suffer from melancholy; sad, gloomy, or depressed. [1/2 definitions]
melancholy suffering from or tending to suffer from sadness, gloominess, or depression. [1/3 definitions]