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This miserableness went on as much as six or seven minutes; but it seemed a sight longer than that.
ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
Pray break him of his miserableness; it is one of the chief exceptions I have against him.
He sort of starts and looks up at me, and if ever I sees miserableness staring forth from a person's eyes I sees it now.
J. POINDEXTER, COLOREDIRVIN SHREWSBURY COBB
And, to add a touch of real miserableness, the housekeeper served and ate like a near relative of the deceased at a funeral feast.
THE PORTYGEEJOSEPH CROSBY LINCOLN
It was I, was it not, that set before you the miserableness of the life you have been leading?
THE WIZARD'S SON, VOL. 3MARGARET OLIPHANT
And think of her miserableness if, after all these weeks of happy anticipation, your book should never be published.
Otherwise it wouldn't make any difference who I was, as one more misery don't matter when you're swamped in miserableness.
MARY CARYKATE LANGLEY BOSHER
Oliver was a person of the most exemplary miserableness; he would weep copiously and frequently.
He was on the edge of felicity in his miserableness when his indefatigable women entered, all smiles.
MR. PROHACKE. ARNOLD BENNETT

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