Wretchedness [noun]

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And then, amid his lore of wretchedness he hid his face and wept.

He was determined not to let the Street encroach on his wretchedness.

My estate that morning had been that of a king, of a god, in contrast to this present wretchedness.

Who can speak of it if he has not known the wretchedness of others?

Why seek for knowledge, which can prove only that our wretchedness is irremediable?

Now dozing, now tossing about in wretchedness, she lay till the afternoon.

Then I began to suspect that you were enjoying your wretchedness, or enjoying writing about it.

But all the rest of the world has no pity on me; they drown me in wretchedness.

Have you any idea that Beatrix, if she marries him, can escape years of anxiety and wretchedness?

Perhaps he fancied that I could not face that wretchedness from which I came.