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Lamentable dans une phrase (en anglais)

That day was lamentable for all of us.
This is the lamentable tale wherewith.
He had no answer but the lamentable truth.
The loss was lamentable, but he would not let it stand.
But next day his visit ended in a lamentable dénouement.
Lamentable, he recognized, to be such a weak and inferior faster.
The business model of modern television is our lamentable excuse.

It wore the lamentable aspect of all constructions of hatred, ruin.
That was the most lamentable of her numerous frustrated undertakings.
And I do not see one cause or result lamentable at last in the universe.
They lay, therefore, all day on Saturday in a lamentable case, as before.
Nothing made him desist except his own lamentable state of demoraliza-tion.
Lamentable when elderly women display emotion, thought Lanks, watching her.
Father Fauchelevent was rattling in the throat in the most lamentable manner.
This dressing her up so prettily by her mother had apparently been to lamentable.
But everything was drowned in the lamentable exclamations and trumpet bursts of Jondrette.
For it was not for nothing that the evil bird had uttered its lamentable shriek over his head.
Christ and His apostles steadfastly enforced on their disciples the same lamentable prediction.
Even Byron had a wall space allocated to him here, and his lamentable single suitcase of clothes.
Lago ends his exposition adding: In any event, it is lamentable that in this hour of crisis of.
Savéliitch, though keeping up to me tolerably well, did not give over his lamentable supplications.
Jondrette had again begun to speak in a plaintive tone, with so vague an eye, and so lamentable an intonation, that M.
All the songs, the melodies of some of which have been collected, were humble and lamentable to the point of evoking tears.
It is of course lamentable that our writing to each other should have been, as you say it was, so often the cause of quarrels.
Gholson,) I should deplore that state of things which offers to the merchant the lamentable alternative, beggary or the plough.
All who heard that voice were chilled, so lamentable and terrible was it; all eyes were turned to the point whence it had proceeded.
These lamentable tribes of darkness have no longer merely the desperate audacity of actions, they possess the heedless audacity of mind.
MY BELOVED BARBARA ALEXIEVNA,—Today there took place in this house a most lamentable, a most mysterious, a most unlooked-for occurrence.
The vision of the action into which he felt that he was, perhaps, on the point of entering, appeared to him no more as lamentable, but as.
It is a lamentable lapse, I know, her father answered in the words of apology, but his knowing look at the speaker rebuked the notion.
What is most lamentable in connection with it is this, that no end can be foreseen to this increase of the budgets and impoverishment of the masses.
She had besides, more than formerly, in her face that indescribably terrified and lamentable something which sojourn in a prison adds to wretchedness.
Dolly was very quick at the answers,--so quick that I suspected her of having been brought up on these very ones, as she no doubt was, but I cut a lamentable figure.
She knew she had made a lamentable first appearance in the _rôle_ of a retiring mother, but how difficult it was when you felt overwhelmingly to talk objectively.
Quinn had only been here once and only under the most lamentable circumstances, and he was suddenly enthralled by the Impressionist paintings, which were quite divine.
In addition to his lamentable state, Timonus was also in desperate need of a shave and his wrists were red and raw where the ropes had been constantly chaffing at him.
Then, bending down to the ear of his eldest daughter, while the two visitors were engaged in examining this lamentable interior, he added in a low and rapid voice:—.
If I have committed an additional crime, punish me, but if you will allow that ever since the day of my birth my fate has been sad, bitter, and lamentable, then pity me.
You may meet warmly and neatly dressed folks—all very polite, and turning away from you tactfully, not wishing offensively to notice the lamentable fact of your existence.
He stood quivering, and the doctor, perched on the edge of the table, facing thoughtfully the cruel and lamentable sight, his chin in his hand, uttered, without stirring—.

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