Thesaurus / disasters


It is estimated that by these two disasters seven hundred men were lost.

At the Fall of Port ArthurEdward Stratemeyer

The disasters of love rarely, with Browning, stir us very deeply.

Robert BrowningC. H. Herford

Now we come to the history of all the disasters which happened at the acting of this tragedy.

On the contrary, many cited instances of disasters and calamities which seemed like curious corroborations of the creed.

Confessions Of Con CreganCharles James Lever

One of the plates from the "Disasters of War" where the grotesque and huge figure of Death appears to the combatants.

The Foresight also and another come to disasters in the same place this week in the cleaning; which is strange.

No misfortune could damp his ardour, his was one of those great spirits which seem only invigorated by trouble and disasters.

But in spite of all Napoleon's endeavours the disasters of the campaign of Russia were daily more and more sensibly felt.

Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, CompleteLouis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne

Chester stands, of course, on the Dee, which is "fatal" as the scene of disasters to the Royalist cause.

No; with the disasters of France in view, we shall not allow her living forces still in reserve to be touched.


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