Thesaurus / wretch
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He tried to believe that there was some hope for such a wretch; but the attempt was not altogether successful.

A Handful of StarsFrank W. Boreham

Does she really think me such a wretch as to cause Ovid, under any provocation, a moment's anxiety while he is away?

Heart and ScienceWilkie Collins

It will depend on whether my silly husband wants to stay with his wretch of a baby.

Rhodopis took them kindly under her protection, but some wretch had discovered the secret and betrayed it to the prince.

My father was slain by just such a wretch as you, in just such a duel, for just such a cause.

Man And SupermanGeorge Bernard Shaw

She is awfully anxious about this wretch who destroyed her brother.

The LandleaguersAnthony Trollope

The 452poor wretch had run across the desert with his warning.

The MissourianEugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle

She even felt grateful—with such gratitude as the wretch feels under the knife which amputates the morbid limb.

Self-controlMary Brunton

"Please," gurgled the wretch in the bunk, still keeping his head hidden.

The Great Airship.F. S. Brereton

The Earl in his magisterial seat—bitter mockery of justice—prepared to sit in judgment on a wretch not half so guilty as himself.

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