A sad sight
for the poor gypsy, a foundling, condemned to death, an unhappy creature, without country, without family, without a hearthstone.
Well, it was a sad sight
to me; and whether it was because of my thoughts of Alan, or from something prophetic in my bosom, although this was but the second time I had seen King George's troops, I had no good will to them.
It was a sad sight
, but it showed us that the anchorage was calm.
Surely to any man it is a sad sight
," said Alleyne, "to see these holy men, who have done no sin themselves, suffering so for the sins of others.
To see her hand upon his arm in mute entreaty half-repressed, and her timid little shrinking figure turning away, was to see a sad, sad sight
The sad sight
of the change in her from her former self, made the one interest of my love an interest of tenderness and compassion which her father or her brother might have felt, and which I felt, God knows, in my inmost heart.
Door after door the Prince Arthur opened, seeing many strange, sad sights
Twitter user Lewis Wake (@lewiswake) from Ediburgh, Scotland, shared photos of the sad sight
of three pizza boxes stacked on top of each other untouched on empty shelves.
Of course it's a sad sight
to see high street and retail park favourites closing their doors for good, not least for the loss of jobs it signifies.
Mr Hankey, 65, added: "It was a very sad sight
to see yesterday.
It is a sad sight
to see the wall chalking done on the large stones in water and on the cliffs advertising local brands.
Smoke billows from what had been the roof of the school
A video shared by the woman on Liveleak shows the sad sight
of the box filled with potato chunks instead of the iPhone 6.
Photographer Barbara Jones said: "Seeing the demolition work starting was a sad sight
It's a sad sight
to see but before people start saying idiotic things like don't be a junkie, spare a thought for how they got to rock bottom.