1 Her remarks made him writhe with shame.
2 She began to writhe as they drew closer still, gasping and moaning as her hips matched the rhythm of his demands.
3 He sat drinking, trying to writhe free.
4 Color: Light blue collars a pale neck, behind writhe thick green vines, exploding ultramarine blooms.
5 The more the worms writhe , the more I crush out their entrails!
6 I grin while you writhe with the pain that I deal.
7 The more the worms writhe, the more I yearn to crush out their entrails!
8 I would writhe my shoe some more and stare down at the worn rug.
9 Though the thought made her writhe, there was nothing she could do about it.
10 Of course students will writhe under such unjust treatment.
11 Her words made him writhe with shame.
12 While you are at peace I shall writhe in the torments of hell.
13 The subject makes her writhe with embarrassment.
14 The embroidered serpents back of these snakeskin garments writhe when you use them.
15 Gaza will writhe in agony and Ekron too ,[www.Sentencedict.com] for her hope will wither.
16 Students will writhe under such unjust treatment.
17 They surely writhe under this pressure.
18 His dazed eyes stare at the eels, which still writhe and entwine.
19 They had no time to gasp, or clutch at each other, or even writhe in a split second of torment.
20 She began to struggle, to twist her head, and writhe against her bonds.
21 He broiled inside his own deep anger, keen for reasons to writhe and scream.
22 His family could only cry and watch this marksman twist and writhe in his death agonies.
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