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Weariful and wae, how thankfully would I have rested beside him for ever; but then there was the bairn to claim my care.
CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL OF POPULAR LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ARTVARIOUS
When she looked up again, her face was perfectly pale, and her eyes sad and weariful.
THAT BOY OF NORCOTT'SCHARLES JAMES LEVER
I think I must have watched the place for three hours, but I know it was a weariful business, and I was heartsick of it.
THE TRAIL OF '98ROBERT W. SERVICE
I longed to comfort her, to kiss that face so white and worn and weariful, to bring tears to those hopeless eyes.
THE TRAIL OF '98ROBERT W. SERVICE
Mainly it is long and weariful and has a dull little town at one end, and a home of toil at the other.
A SON OF THE MIDDLE BORDERHAMLIN GARLAND
"The weariful rich" who had got her the post did not spare him this aspect of her deplorable conduct.
JAN AND HER JOBL. ALLEN HARKER
She also wrote to their relative among the weariful rich, through whom she had heard of Meg.
JAN AND HER JOBL. ALLEN HARKER
It is so weariful, killing the whole afternoon, after 12 o'clock doing nothing whatever.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF CHARLES DARWIN, VOLUME I (OF II)CHARLES DARWIN
All this amused me, but I lived to see the day when these interviews became a weariful burden.
THROUGH THE LAND OF THE SERBMARY EDITH DURHAM
I found my Vivien full sick, and a weariful and ugsome time had I with her ere she recovered of her malady.
IN CONVENT WALLSEMILY SARAH HOLT
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