Of the hushed rise of the dawn, the first flush of the sun that was so achingly lovely on the desert.
In these days his religious faith was not slumbering; it was awake and achingly conscious of having fallen in a struggle.
The crystals sang softly, achingly, to a silver sun in an emerald sky.
The box goes up to the attic, and the parent blows a faint diminuendo, achingly prolonged, on a toy horn.
She put her hand above her burning eyes and forcibly closed the lids that remained so achingly open.
The dew soaked Evelyn's thin dress, and she felt hungry and achingly tired.
Ye gods, what a winter it has been—disillusioning, dull, hideously and achingly disappointing!
Pixie was alone, more helplessly, achingly alone than she had been in her life.
Tom and I stood awkwardly to the side while Lil and her mother held an achingly chipper and polite farewell.
Then they rested for a few moments and drank some of the achingly cold water from the tank and got up and went to the viewport.