are wretchedly

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  • Until two o'clock she was wretchedly busy in soul and body. Cited from Harriet and the Piper, by Kathleen Norris
  • Although he meant to go, and although she was wretchedly anxious that he should go, he was far from gone. Cited from Not Pretty, But Precious, and Other Short Stories, by John Hay, et al.
  • The day had been wretchedly cold, and everybody had been cross in consequence. Cited from The Luckiest Girl in the School, by Angela Brazil
  • The next day Amy would not let him rise from bed; he was wretchedly ill. Cited from New Grub Street, by George Gissing
  • You were wretchedly thin when I saw you last. Cited from The Legacy of Cain, by Wilkie Collins
  • He was wretchedly gloomy; scarcely spoke indeed; I could not make it out. Cited from Oscar Wilde, Volume 2 (of 2), by Frank Harris
  • For though one is sick, and all are wretchedly poor, they are far from being discontented. Cited from Venetian Life, by W. D. Howells
  • Here is a man who is wretchedly poor. Cited from As A Man Thinketh, by James Allen
  • Their teacher asked Mr. Candish to do something for them; they are wretchedly poor. Cited from The Pagans, by Arlo Bates
  • Struggle as she might against the feeling, it was borne in upon her that she was wretchedly lonely. Cited from The Prodigal Judge, by Vaughan Kester
  • He was wretchedly anxious, and angry with himself for his own anxiety. Cited from Phineas Redux, by Anthony Trollope
  • And they left off to build the wall of stone, and were wretchedly sundered into tribes divided by their speech. Cited from Codex Junius 11, Biblical Anglo-Saxon Translations
  • His own behaviour had been wretchedly clownish; he was only too well aware of that. Cited from Born In Exile, By George Gissing
  • All this while, whenever we emerged into the vaultlike streets, we were wretchedly cold. Cited from French/Italian Notebooks, V1, Nath. Hawthorne
  • She was wretchedly unhappy during all this time; would not set foot out of doors, and cried herself to sleep night after night. Cited from The Octopus, by Frank Norris [A California Story]2
  • She was wretchedly clad; I shall bring her some clothes to-morrow. Cited from The Wings of Icarus, by Laurence Alma Tadema
  • But the truth was that her troubles were only beginning, and I was wretchedly anxious. Cited from Salute to Adventurers, by John Buchan
  • It was already overdue, and now that any hour might bring it he was wretchedly nervous as to the result. Cited from Nest Builder, by Beatrice Forbes-Robertson Hale
  • It was wretchedly disappointing, after they had at last made the sea, to have to turn back again inland. Cited from On Land And Sea At The Dardanelles, by Thomas Charles Bridges
  • Poor America, of what avail is all her wealth, if the individuals comprising the nation are wretchedly poor? Cited from Anarchism and Other Essays, by Emma Goldman