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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of freedom from cruel and unusual punishment

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of freedom from cruel and unusual punishment:
/fɹidəm fɹʌm kɹuəl ænd ənjuʒəwəl pʌnɪʃmənt/

Derived Form of freedom

noun
plural: freedoms
Noun
1
the condition of being free; the power to act or speak or think without externally imposed restraints
Hyponymsacademic freedom, civil liberty, enfranchisement, free hand, free rein, freedom of the seas, independence, liberty, svoboda,
Hypernymsstate,
Type ofstate,
Typesacademic freedom, blank check, civil liberty, enfranchisement, free hand, free rein, freedom of the seas, independence, independency, liberty, play, political liberty,
See alsofree, unfree,
2
immunity from an obligation or duty
Synonymsexemption,
Hyponymsamnesty, diplomatic immunity, grandfather clause, impunity, indemnity,
Hypernymsunsusceptibility,
Type ofimmunity, unsusceptibility,
Typesamnesty, diplomatic immunity, grandfather clause, impunity, indemnity,
Preposition
1
a giver or sender
2
a lower limit
3
a reason or cause
Synonymsof,
4
out of
5
starting at

Derived Form of cruel

adjective
comparitive: crueller
superlative: cruellest
Adjective satellite
1
(of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering
  1. a barbarous crime
  2. brutal beatings
  3. cruel tortures
  4. Stalin's roughshod treatment of the kulaks
  5. a savage slap
  6. vicious kicks
Synonymsbarbarous, brutal, fell, roughshod, savage, vicious,
Adjective
1
lacking or showing kindness or compassion or mercy
Synonymsunkind,
See alsocruelly,
Similarheartless,
2
(of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering
Synonymsbarbarous, brutal, fell, roughshod, savage, vicious,
Similarinhumane,
3
(of weapons or instruments) causing suffering and pain
Synonymsbrutal,
Similarinhumane,
4
used of circumstances (especially weather) that cause suffering
Synonymsbrutal, harsh, rigorous, unkind,
See alsocruelly,
Similarhard,
Conjunction
1
in order to; used instead of "to", especially after try, come, go
2
used to connect words, clauses or sentences

Derived Form of unusual

adjective
comparitive: less usual
superlative: most unusual
Adjective
1
not usual or common or ordinary
  1. a scene of unusual beauty
  2. a man of unusual ability
  3. cruel and unusual punishment
  4. an unusual meteorite
Antonymsusual,
See alsounusually, usualness,
Similardifferent, extraordinary, odd, out-of-the-way, peculiar, unaccustomed, uncommon, unique,
2
being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird
  1. a strange exaltation that was indefinable
  2. a strange fantastical mind
  3. what a strange sense of humor she has
Synonymsstrange,
Antonymsfamiliar,
Similarantic, crazy, curious, eerie, eery, exotic, fantastic, fantastical, freaky, funny, gothic, grotesque, odd, oddish, other, peculiar, quaint, queer, rum, rummy, singular, weird,
3
not commonly encountered
Similaruncommon,
Adjective satellite
1
not commonly encountered
  1. two-career families are no longer unusual

Derived Form of punishment

noun
plural: punishments
Noun
1
the act of punishing
Synonymspenalty, penalization, penalisation,
Hyponymscastigation, corporal punishment, cruel and unusual punishment, detention, discipline, economic strangulation, imprisonment, music, penance, self-punishment, stick,
Hypernymssocial control,
Type ofsocial control,
Typescastigation, chastisement, corporal punishment, correction, cruel and unusual punishment, detention, discipline, economic strangulation, imprisonment, medicine, music, penance, self-abasement, self-mortification, self-punishment, stick,
See alsopenal, punish,

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  1. Amendment, which forbids cruel and unusual punishment.
  2. Andrades lawyer argued that this sentence was cruel and unusual punishment.
  3. and your cruel and unusual executioner
  4. and Sheriff Joe Arpaio made prisoners wear pink underwear arguably cruel and unusual
  5. He would conduct cruel and unusual experiments in Apocalypses name, and even managed to
  6. That's two archviles in the first level. Plutonia is infamous for cruel and unusual traps.
  7. I think this was a pretty cruel and unusal punishment for his crime.
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  11. According to historian Vicki Leon, both the Romans and Greeks were fans of 'unusual' punishment.
  12. Curtain Call Quisling went from cruel blunder to cruel
  13. Their idea of mukti is freedom from suffering; no (Laughs), mukti is not freedom from suffering.
  14. freedom from Yawheh, freedom from the Lord,
  15. the show cruel and offensive. On one hand Kyles growing distance from Terrance and
  16. Nowadays all Spaniards are outcasts. Before 1936, the Spanish lived in Spain and free. Now, hundreds of thousands live free exiled from Spain, and the rest live in Spain exiled from freedom. - Salvador de Madariaga
  17. The world is cruel and the only morality in a cruel world is chance.
  18. And this state corresponds to purity, freedom from anger, kindness, meekness, spiritual joy, abstained from all passions
  19. I wanted to give man the power to create life! To free him from a cruel and ficticious god! What man ever achieved that?!
  20. TODAY, HES A WORLD AWAY FROM THE CRUEL AND PRIDEFUL BIGOTRY