Oraciones con la palabra "woeful"

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Woeful en una oración (en ingles)

  1. Sheri's woeful mother.
  2. We delivered them from a woeful scourge.
  3. Jesus! The stink in there must be woeful.
  4. It was very woeful moment for his parents.
  5. Please don’t be alarmed, my woeful lady.

  6. For these We have prepared a woeful scourge.
  7. With woeful countenances they looked at each other.
  8. Woeful Danny the Dumpster and his family stuck together though.
  9. And yet, it seems he was highly familiar with that woeful scribbler Hesiod.
  10. Though bound to suffer in woeful states, they have hope of attaining eternal peace.
  11. Captain Nemo’s submarine vibrating with his woeful dirge as it floated through the black.
  12. Yelping, howling, caterwauling—these and other woeful cries are originating from this ossuary.
  13. Troubled by such woeful omens, I set aside a little bit from my sister trying to digest the proverbial news.
  14. As Superman shared his woeful tale of his life with us, he revealed the kryptonite that very nearly killed him.
  15. And just to add to my woeful tergiversations on the brutality of the act, rape is not, I repeat not about power only.

  16. Who was the woeful, somber King James? He was the English King who had the cunning idea of settling Scots in Ulster Ireland.
  17. Never did bough creak so mysteriously, and never did the far-away howling of dogs send such a woeful presage through the night.
  18. She silently expressed us her woeful stories; though she dissimulated and did not speak a single word, yet she had revealed us everything.
  19. But by her still halting course and winding, woeful way, you plainly saw that this ship that so wept with spray, still remained without comfort.
  20. Our wise and eminent King has divined that you are the woeful victim of Blacke Magic, and as I look upon you I can see the truth of his augury.
  21. Then he’s all mine, the Carnival of Souls’ main attraction! Woeful and second-rate, to be sure, but to me, my dear, you’re still a prize.
  22. The man who can say such things as this, exhibits most woeful ignorance of Christian theology, as laid down in the New Testament, and has very much to learn.
  23. Oh, how I wish we did not, but we do, she said softly, letting her head hang low as a regretful woeful sigh came slipping from her frowning trembling lips.
  24. Jacques had been unwilling at the beginning; though his wife’s woeful letters had eventually sealed his fate, however, only at my word of not trying to commit suicide again.
  25. And you must forgive my vociferousness, but really I have had a woeful morning with Vicki, who cried so bitterly into the pages of my Milton that the best part of _Samson Agonistes_ is stuck together, and all the red has come off the edges.

  26. But soon a life that is miserable and woeful will return, and the jinn’s damage will increase and its evil actions will prevail, until the spirit descends from a low grade to a still lower one, eventually reaching the lowest level of all.
  27. Often I catch him sighing about life and love in poetic phrases, which sound fabulous in his woeful Brazilian: ‘only Gods are made for this life,’ ‘love needs but the two of us,’ or ‘I swear not to suffer another minute of this life’.
  28. Dogged by projections of the battered coastline, the boardwalk swept away, a majestic roller coaster bobbing in the waves like the skeleton of a whale, more woeful than the carcass of Moby Dick, containing the joyrides of generations of risk takers.
  29. Early in the day, before that woeful message came, he had counted the minutes he could spend with her, and now he was timing his visit so as to curtail it to the least possible duration, and taxing his ingenuity as to how best to avoid seeing her alone.
  30. She cried so bitterly and looked so forlorn and heartbroken and ashamed as she faltered out her woeful story; so consumed with self-condemnation, making no excuse for herself except to repeat over and over again that she had never meant to do wrong, that Nora could not refrain from weeping also as she listened.
  31. They may even exhort and give little addresses�may teach Sunday schools and be parochial visitors�may manage Reformatories and Houses of Refuge�may attend Committees, and superintend Church finance I My reply is, that all such suggestions are ridiculously below the mark, and show woeful ignorance of the Church's need.
  32. In the first excitement of the start she had not noticed it, but during those woeful days of disillusionment at Baker's she saw it with an ever-growing clearness; and since Sunday, since the day she found a smiling young gentleman ready to talk German to her and answer questions, she was perfectly aware that she had only to close her hand and her victims would squeeze into any shape she liked.

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