Instead, he is cruelly jailed solely for the peaceful expression of his beliefs.
Aerial bombardment, cruelly consoling as this was for Israelis at the start, has limits that quickly became all too obvious.
The victims of the Holocaust whom he has cruelly demeaned—“basically, there were six million kamikazes”—did not merely vanish.
The sunset was cruelly beautiful and as dusk deepened the Christmas lights on the firehouse grew grimly brighter.
It is plain to see why Chatwin irritated, and often cruelly hurt, those who loved him.
That brought rebellion into Dan, for now the neck yoke was cruelly twisting his head.
They might only be cruelly holding out hope to one of the doomed.
You cruelly and unjustly disowned, disinherited, and even delegalized, and degraded your son before he was born!
Theodora was cruelly alive to the helplessness of her situation.
Daisy did not know him, and in her delirium she said things to him and of him which hurt him cruelly.