It wrung the hearts of all who had opportunities of personally observing it.
All the despair in Dick's face, though it wrung his heart, could not move him.
She wrung her hands in agony, distressed that she could not at once repair the evil she had done.
M'Leod wrung my hand as he spoke, and the tears stood in his eyes.
The silent Ricardi rose somewhat mortified; the other Ricardi wrung his hands.
But he wrung their hands till they winced with the pain of that iron grip.
He wrung his hand, only adding, 'Blind leaders of the blind, Pancks!
Miss Wayland wrung her hands and wept, and most of the girls wept with her.
"Tell it," he said, quietly, and laid his hand on hers that were wrung together in her lap.
It's wrung from me by the dreadful brutality of that monster master.'