Simple past tense and past participle of afflict. (verb)
Examples of word afflicted
We like to use the word afflicted or, technical term, demonized.
She looks so frail, so delicate, and surely she is also what we call afflicted, peculiar.
The Greek for "afflicted" is the same as before, and ought to be translated, "Whether we be in tribulation." which is effectual -- literally, "worketh effectually." in the enduring, &c. -- that is, in enabling you to endure "the same sufferings which we also suffer."
The government reports that tourism has recovered, although independent surveys suggest that certain afflicted areas are still struggling to fill hotels.
The waiting room of the truly afflicted is empty, save for them.
Taking heart from this sign, a sign of safe passage, he remains in afflicted London and sets about writing reports.
And in many parts of the word afflicted by the scourge of war, innocent people have not ceased being murdered, mutilated, or dragged or driven from their homes.