Oraciones con la palabra "woebegone"

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Woebegone en una oración (en ingles)

1. Look at the woebegone walk of him.
2. Sancho, wholly dejected and woebegone, knew not what to say or do.
3. She looked thunderstruck when she saw his woebegone face in the shadows of the drapery.
4. It would cost about two thousand dollars, Confederate money, he said with a grin at her woebegone expression.
5. Our RA was a 3L named Jerry Bathke, a Minnesota Lutheran from Lake Woebegone and some Missouri Synod college and home church.
6. His mind was tortured by the hazy image of his daughter lying still in the short grass as his family looked at him with hateful woebegone eyes as if he was a.
7. He also was exhausted with the struggle up the hill and enraged by the woebegone appearance of poor old Philpot, who was panting and quivering from the exertion.

8. She did not tell them that it was utter boredom, bewilderment at actually being a mother and, most of all, the absence of Ashley that made her look so woebegone.
9. However, I saw their dull woebegone faces and meek reactions, yet I did not see anything like- dejections, confusions, anxieties and loneliness on their gestures.
10. It is now after the dinner hour of the asylum, and as yet my patient sits in a corner brooding, with a dull, sullen, woebegone look in his face, which seems rather to indicate than to show something directly.
11. Some in new sheepskin coats, with knit mufflers wound round their necks, some with their eyes swollen with drinking, some noisy and boisterous, by way of stimulating their courage, others silent and woebegone, they were gathered near the gates, surrounded by their wives and mothers with tear-stained faces, awaiting their turn (I happened to be there on the day when the recruits were received, that is to say, the day on which they were examined), while others were crowding the entry of the office.
12. What are the sinews and souls of Russian serfs and Republican slaves but Fast-Fish, whereof possession is the whole of the law? What to the rapacious landlord is the widow's last mite but a Fast-Fish? What is yonder undetected villain's marble mansion with a door-plate for a waif; what is that but a Fast-Fish? What is the ruinous discount which Mordecai, the broker, gets from poor Woebegone, the bankrupt, on a loan to keep Woebegone's family from starvation; what is that ruinous discount but a Fast-Fish? What is the Archbishop of Savesoul's income of L100,000 seized from the scant bread and cheese of hundreds of thousands of broken-backed laborers (all sure of heaven without any of Savesoul's help) what is that globular L100,000 but a Fast-Fish? What are the Duke of Dunder's hereditary towns and hamlets but Fast-Fish? What to that redoubted harpooneer, John Bull, is poor Ireland, but a Fast-Fish? What to that apostolic lancer, Brother Jonathan, is Texas but a Fast-Fish? And concerning all these, is not Possession the whole of the law?

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Sinónimos para woebegone

woebegone woeful creaky decrepit derelict

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