After a few minutes of this wretched nonsense, Tyrone Lewis sidles up to me and throws a hand on my shoulder.
He is the great Palestinian hope and a much-needed distraction from their wretched daily lives.
She approached one of the wretched hovels by the way-side, and knocked with her hand upon the door.
Cohan's House of Cards: A Tale of Hubris and wretched Excess on Wall Street, will be published by Doubleday on March 10.
This teacher says that the wretched Soviet regime will vanish and life will return to normal.
Cabins are by no means as wretched for residences as their name imports.
The wretched American knew that he was alone and that he could look for no rescue.
The man who wrote it, I suppose, was some wretched fellow who writes these things for a drink.
It was a miserable day, as wretched a party of pleasure as could be imagined.
It was a wretched autumn day on which she set out for her new home.