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1. Liberty and civilization are only fragments of rights wrung from the strong hands of wealth and book learning.
2. She wrung the wet clothes.
3. The old man wrung the soldier's hands.
4. She wrung out the shirt and hung it out to dry.
5. He wrung the clothes before putting them on the line to dry.
6. His soul wrung with agony.
7. The plight of the refugees really wrung my heart.
8. A few concessions were wrung from the government.
9. They wrung the truth out of her.
10. He wrung my hand warmly.
11. After working so long,he was quite wrung out.
12. The unspeakable anguish wrung his heart.
13. He wrung my hand.
14. The clever lawyer at last wrung the truth from the prisoner.
15. Antoinette wrung her hands inside her daughter's clasp.
16. He wrung his hands in pleasure at her pleasure.
17. Jenny fretted, wrung her hands.
18. She wrung out a real tear or two.
19. Sally wrung out the socks and hung them on the towel rack.
20. Not when they wrung out sheets so tight the rinse water ran back up their arms.
21. Still, she wrung the dripping, salted cabbage until her wrinkled hands stung from the brine.
22. Ideally this water should be wrung out into another container and not mixed with fresh rinse water.
23. And then in rhythmic tones, half-speech, half-chant, she wrung from deep within herself a description of all-consuming love.
24. On some days he was wrung out to the last drop of whatever else he had left in him.
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25. Hands were wrung in every quarter at the prospect of homosexuals making a mess of this fine, strong outfit.
26. Elisabeth wrung her hands, still flushing with embarrassment, hoping David would forgive her.
27. He sat on the edge of the gazebo, wrung out the sock and dried himself as best he could.
28. The excitement left with the coming of dawn, and I suddenly felt wrung out.
29. They boiled laundry in tubs, scrubbed it on washboards until knuckles were raw, and wrung it out by hand.
30. He had listened with awe and not a little terror to the amazing revelations which Omally had skilfully wrung from the shopkeeper.