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1 The others watched her in her wretchedness, gasping for each breath for almost two weeks, only to see her die.
2 They labored day and night in wretchedness.
3 The wretchedness for which these prisons became known.
4 Her wretchedness made him feel miserable.
5 The misery and wretchedness of those slums is intolerable.
6 Such was the color of her wretchedness.
7 Slack seasons and wretchedness were unknown.
8 Their squalor and wretchedness have sickened me.
9 My life has been sipped with wretchedness and darkness.
10 His wretchedness aroused our sympathy.
11 But, oh,[www.Sentencedict.com] the wretchedness of being forced this way!
12 The sea is the immensity of wretchedness.
13 A place of extreme wretchedness or squalor.
14 He did not disturb the wretchedness of her mind by ill-timed conversation.
15 That might tempt more Indians to leave the wretchedness of the reserves.
16 He nodded repeatedly as if carried away by wretchedness and frustration.
17 But hunger and wretchedness rise superior to fears in the long run.
18 Here life offered nothing but sordidness and wretchedness, both of the flesh and the spirit...
19 Yet the wretchedness, shame, scandal of the terrible affair upset his customary equilibrium.
20 Hunger and wretchedness rise superior to fears in the long run.
21 Age after age has passed away, for no other purpose than to behold their wretchedness. Thomas Paine
22 What was meant for a joyous occasion would shrivel to a general wretchedness.
23 He has compiled a record second to none in its wretchedness.
24 He does deserve some good luck after so much wretchedness.
25 From year to year the child grew, and so did her wretchedness.
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