Days would pass before she would see her family in Khair Khana and share her harrowing story.
Satter tells a harrowing story of a person who drank too much, passed out on the street, and was scooped into a garbage trunk.
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"extremely distressing, painful," 1799 (implied in harrowingly), from present participle of harrow (v.).
(Heb. harits), a tribulum or sharp threshing sledge; a frame armed on the under side with rollers or sharp spikes (2 Sam. 12:31; 1 Chr. 20:3). Heb. verb _sadad_, to harrow a field, break its clods (Job 39:10; Isa. 28:4; Hos. 10: 11). Its form is unknown. It may have resembled the instrument still in use in Egypt.