brokenhearted

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Never had I seen her so brokenhearted, even on the day she smashed the mirror.

It would be idle to paint the misery of this brokenhearted woman.

And there she is, all dragged and bruised and brokenhearted by it.

And they parted, she all in tears, he brokenhearted, and in anger.

Brokenhearted little Mrs. Ruffed Grouse sat beside her empty nest, with all the broken shells about her.

The brokenhearted mother survived the tragical interruption of her late happy days but a few months.

The brokenhearted woman besought him on her knees, but his fear of losing an army made all pleadings vain.

Tennyson is too noble, too Anglais; when he should have been brokenhearted, he had many reminiscences.

During all of these years the brokenhearted father and sister watched in vain for some sign of recovery.

The company thereupon gave up the ghost, the boat went to pieces, and Fitch became bankrupt and brokenhearted.

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