On his quitting the room she sat down, unable to support herself, and looking so miserably
ill, that it was impossible for Darcy to leave her, or to refrain from saying, in a tone of gentleness and commiseration, "Let me call your maid.
An attempt of Dorothy to revive his former sportiveness was the single occasion on which his quiet demeanor yielded to a violent display of grief; he burst into passionate weeping, and ran and hid himself, for his heart had become so miserably
sore that even the hand of kindness tortured it like fire.
At the same time, he belched forth a tremendous roar, in which there was something like the words of human language, but all disjointed and shaken to pieces by passing through the gullet of a miserably
They are miserably
poor; own no horses, and are destitute of every convenience to be derived from an intercourse with the whites.
On the side of the river along which he had kept, he had met with but few Indians, and those were too miserably
poor to yield much assistance.
Now, though it is said that fishes are dumb, he heard them lamenting that they must perish so miserably
, and, as he had a kind heart, he got off his horse and put the three prisoners back into the water.
There she fell miserably
short of the true heroic height.
Besides, a man may live moderately and miserably
at the same time; he had therefore better have proposed, that they should live both moderately and liberally; for unless these two conspire, luxury will come in on the one hand, or wretchedness on the other, since these two modes of living are the only ones applicable to the employment of our substance; for we cannot say with respect to a man's fortune, that he is mild or courageous, but we may say that he is prudent and liberal, which are the only qualities connected therewith.
If we failed in finding that pool of bad water which the old Dom marked as being situated in the middle of the desert, about sixty miles from our starting-point, and as far from the mountains, in all probability we must perish miserably
I gave him books to read, but after a page or two he would put the book down and stare miserably
That distress, that deformity, that abandonment, the thought of his young brother, the idea which suddenly occurred to him, that if he were to die, his dear little Jehan might also be flung miserably
on the plank for foundlings,--all this had gone to his heart simultaneously; a great pity had moved in him, and he had carried off the child.
The judgment of the jury was received with great applause, although Dorothy was sobbing miserably
at the fate of her pet.
As it was, miserably
and helplessly, not half himself, a puppet dreamer in a half-nightmare, he knew, as a restless sleeper awakening between vexing dreams, that he was being transported head-downward out of the canoe house that stank of death, through the village that was only less noisome, and up a path under lofty, wide-spreading trees that were beginning languidly to stir with the first breathings of the morning wind.
She rocked to and fro upon a chair, shedding tears and crooning miserably
to the two children about their "poor mother" and "yer fader, damn 'is soul.
One of them said, "The Sun, now while he is single, parches up the marsh, and compels us to die miserably
in our arid homes.