Thy shrunk voice sounds too calmly, sanely woful
Yes, ma'am," says Topsy, with a deep sigh, and a face of woful
Sweet the song, the story sweet, There is no man hearkens it, No man living 'neath the sun, So outwearied, so foredone, Sick and woful
, worn and sad, But is healed, but is glad
If care of our descent perplex us most, Which must be born to certain woe, devourd By Death at last, and miserable it is To be to others cause of misery, Our own begotten, and of our Loines to bring Into this cursed World a woful
Race, That after wretched Life must be at last Food for so foule a Monster, in thy power It lies, yet ere Conception to prevent The Race unblest, to being yet unbegot.
The travellers who first met them after their good service at Torquilstone would have a woful
I heard a noise just over my head, like the clapping of wings, and then began to perceive the woful
condition I was in; that some eagle had got the ring of my box in his beak, with an intent to let it fall on a rock, like a tortoise in a shell, and then pick out my body, and devour it: for the sagacity and smell of this bird enables him to discover his quarry at a great distance, though better concealed than I could be within a two-inch board.
Truly, as Endicott had said, the poor lovers stood in a woful
We greeted the two pilgrims with many pleasant gibes and a roar of laughter; whereupon they gazed at us with such woful
and absurdly compassionate visages that our merriment grew tenfold more obstreperous.
Verily it is neither-but beware how thou lettest the rope slip too rapidly through thy fingers; for should the wicker-work chance to hang on the projection of Yonder crag, there will be a woful
outpouring of the holy things of the sanctuary.