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Grievous dans une phrase (en anglais)

It would be a grievous mistake to.
It has been grievous, and very sore.
For them is a penalty grievous indeed.
It symbolizes a grievous attack on the.
Those are grievous tidings indeed!.
This grievous trouble is along more to come.
This was not a grievous omission by the authors.

Ser Glendon stands accused of grievous crimes.
He can also distress with grievous and long-term.
The Chinese infantry also suffered grievous losses.
Grievous: Something that is hard to bear; burdensome.
It was a grievous error for this news to be released.
Were you? I wouldn't believe in anything so grievous.
Perhaps his wound was a grievous one, and it would be.
Both these are grievous to the Holy Spirit-doubt and anger.
M: To take appearance for reality is a grievous sin and the.
Unfortunately, our victory was not without a grievous cost.
Every act of disobedience is as grievous in His eyes as the sin.
But there had been no word of any grievous harm coming to Adrianus.
There’s a moment here when things could get grievous and/or bodily.
If it was a grievous fault, grievously have the merchants answered it.
But Aragorn came to Jowyn, and he said: 'Here there is a grievous hurt.
However, charity that is grievous because it is done under coercion, or.
But if you turn away, then I fear for you the punishment of a grievous Day.
Is it your son? he said softly, believing child the most grievous loss.
Her pleasure seemed to depend less on their juices than on their grievous screams.
For all of his bluster, Mercer Frey was not immune to the pangs of grievous injury.
There were rumours that he had been convicted of grievous bodily harm and procuring.
See also: Heal, Wound by a sword, and did live, As it were wounded to death, Grievous.
In those grievous times of famine, war, and death, this land had been notable in horror.
She had never struck him as someone who would commit a mortal sin as grievous as suicide.
Franklin Monroe, your courageous action saved many of us from grievous injury and death.
So, for her, while a fall could be grievous, life itself would be laborious in the long run.
Susannah, for her part, was certain God was testing her for some grievous Error she had made.
He had committed the most grievous and unforgivable of sins for a black man raised in the south.
Image 17 thereby shows a grievous attack on the veracity of these religions that occurs during the.
Walker must apologize for her grievous error in the former column concerning the European Countess.
Condy (A previous Chevron officer) made a grievous error and got Secretary of State, a nice promotion.
And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and a noisome and grievous sore fell upon.
And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and there fell a noisome and grievous sore.

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