Thesaurus / wretchedness


Together, the players almost succeeded — showing just enough fight to say Washington can’t give up hope in the wretched NFC East.ANOTHER TOUGH LOSS HAS WASHINGTON AT 2-6, BUT IT’S TOO SOON TO GIVE UP ON ITS NFC EAST HOPESLES CARPENTERNOVEMBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
As they got lower and lower down the hill, her wretchedness and disquiet became acute, to the point of a wild despair.HILDA LESSWAYSARNOLD BENNETT
She rode down the river path through the forest, happy after many days of wretchedness.A FOREST HEARTH: A ROMANCE OF INDIANA IN THE THIRTIESCHARLES MAJOR
Neither perfect peace, nor utter wretchedness can be of long continuance here below.MY TEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENTSILVIO PELLICO
It was just what he had prayed for; having seen all along that her wretchedness was owing to her being shut up alone with him.LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
Men who remembered Walcheren sought in vain for a parallel to the wretchedness and mortality in our army.THE BRITISH EXPEDITION TO THE CRIMEAWILLIAM HOWARD RUSSELL
Their kings are without power and without glory; their subjects languish in indigence and wretchedness.LETTERS TO EUGENIAPAUL HENRI THIRY HOLBACH
In this rude but touching petition, wrung from the heart of a miserable people, nothing but their wretchedness is visible.THE MYTHS OF THE NEW WORLDDANIEL G. BRINTON
She paced up and down, the loose gown flowing about her, an expression if utter wretchedness on her sallow face.THE RAKE'S PROGRESSMARJORIE BOWEN
I sometimes obtained permission to go to the door for five minutes, when my heart sickened at the wretchedness exhibited.FOX'S BOOK OF MARTYRSJOHN FOXE


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