more desolate

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  • If anything, the ending of Mother Courage is even more desolate than that of Godot—at least Vladimir and Estragon had each other.

  • Here a skeleton did not make the desolation more desolate; on the contrary, it proved that folk had been here.

    The Beach of Dreams | H. De Vere Stacpoole
  • Sir John thought, as he glanced at them, that he had never seen a more desolate-looking little trio.

    Betty Vivian | L. T. Meade
  • Hotter, more desolate than ever, lay that black griddle of the foreshore on which Angus Jones was now condemned to wander with me.

  • It is impossible to conceive anything more desolate than the appearance of the place.

    A Ride across Palestine | Anthony Trollope
  • Toil, now that she was free of it, seemed even a more desolate thing than when she was part of it.

    Sister Carrie | Theodore Dreiser

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