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  • A small child catches her mother in flagrante with “Santa” and is wracked with guilt about her cuckolded father.

    How Santa Hurts Christmas | Candida Moss | December 23, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • She had demonstrated her dedication to the House back when she was pregnant with twins and wracked by morning sickness.

  • We were whimpering and peevish; we were wracked with pain and weary of mind, but that nurse never failed to smile.

    Private Peat | Harold R. Peat
  • A barbarous phrase has often made me out of love with a good sense, and doubtful writing hath wracked me beyond my patience.

  • Then the hero tore up huge oak trees by their roots and built a lofty funeral pyre on which he stretched his pain-wracked limbs.

  • Masser Rupert nebber feel a saterfaction to be wracked away, or to be prisoner to Injin!

    Afloat And Ashore | James Fenimore Cooper
  • Straightway he flung the boiling contents of his cup full in that rage-wracked countenance.

    Bob, Son of Battle | Alfred Ollivant

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