Graterford is a forbidding, shabby, woebegone facility built in 1929.
Jack's face, when I told him about it, was so woebegone that I felt a stab of remorse, even in the heyday of my delight.
"She doesn't look half as woebegone over it as you do," I said.
Whereupon the woebegone Mrs. Fry lifted her head and her voice in lamentation.
That was snowballing a cripple, and he was really most woebegone about it.
Near the couple, in a shadow, sat a woebegone looking man who had been holding a book so close to his eyes as to conceal his face.
When he went home the frog at once asked him why he was so sad and woebegone.
At this moment the two last searchers approached, their countenances not quite so woebegone as before.
He stood before me the most woebegone, heartbroken man I ever saw.
Mary opened the door for her, and Denys was struck by her woebegone, weary face.