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soul-destroying

adjective
1.
(of an occupation, situation, etc) unremittingly monotonous
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  • For you, you who seek for your poor child a soul-destroying infidel as teacher.

  • Fear, corroding, soul-destroying fear, had found a footing there.

    The Yazoo Mystery Irving Craddock
  • Put to death in me the soul-destroying passions of the body.

  • Always protect, guard, and keep me from soul-destroying words and deeds.

  • And I believe that all but local politics are unfruitful and soul-destroying.

  • Multitudes of people of all classes are believers in this soul-destroying doctrine.

  • She would be swept in to the muddiest and most soul-destroying game on God's earth.

    The Mountebank William J. Locke
  • So these heathen systems have their grain of truth, but they are false and soul-destroying all the same.

    A Tour of the Missions

    Augustus Hopkins Strong
  • Reader, have you perused this pamphlet; and are you still willing to drink, use, or sell this soul-destroying poison?

    Select Temperance Tracts American Tract Society
  • It is certain that even thirty years ago this was a definite and soul-destroying fact.

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