The wretch uppermost is the coachman.
"In Clive's Command" by Herbert Strang
You seem determined to make me wretched to-night.
"Mark Hurdlestone" by Susanna Moodie
It is lamentable to see so fine a country in so wretched a state.
"A Journey through the Kingdom of Oude, Volumes I & II" by William Sleeman
Then a man got up to tackle me, not a native, but some wretched London agitator.
"The Half-Hearted" by John Buchan
It was barely dawn, and a wretched little orchestra was grouped at the edge of the tiny station.
"The Luck of Thirteen" by Jan Gordon
Go, you horrid wretch!...
"The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Volume II (of 8)" by Guy de Maupassant
These wretches rushed into the streets with a ferocious joy.
"History of the Expedition to Russia" by Count Philip de Segur
Wretched as we are, powerless as we are, they will not aid us; we shall die alone.
"Pascal's Pensées" by Blaise Pascal
An ineffable misery fell upon me and upon my wretched husband.
"Phineas Redux" by Anthony Trollope
Thou dog, thou wretched rascal!
"The Poor Plutocrats" by Maurus Jókai
"In vain thy wretched child is come,
She comes too late to save!
And only now can share thy doom,
And share thy peaceful grave!"
"An American Tale" by Helen Maria Williams
The wretched Parents all that night
Went shouting far and wide;
But there was neither sound nor sight
To serve them for a guide.
"Lucy Gray [or Solitude]" by William Wordsworth
And as Caleb heard the story
All his heart within him burned,
And his soul with deep compassion
For that wretched people yearned.
"Caleb's Vision" by Alfred Gibbs Campbell
Blest he that comes to wretched men
With peaceful news from heav'n!
Hosannah's of the highest strain
To Christ the Lord be giv'n!
"Hymn 16" by Isaac Watts
The lofty dwellings of the great
Full many a wretch contain,
Who feels the cares of pomp and state,
But seeks their joys in vain:
"Louisa. A Tale." by Jane Bowdler
With horror dumb, tho' guiltless, stood
Beside his dying friend,
The hapless wretch who made the blood
Sad from his side descend!
"Lines Occasioned" by Sir John Carr
The opening sentence, in a word, was wretched.
In This Wretched Economy, Magazine Conferences Are Like Group Therapy .
72 Hours of Wretched Excess.
You will never find a more wretched hive of fun and nerdery.
H-E-B expanding downtown, Fear of Southtown loafing (times infinity), ICMA nods at SA, Casa Maldonado not so wretched .
Hot, nasty, wretched weather this week in D.C. From the ABC 7 Weather team.
Rech was pretty wretched .
The Wretched of the Earth.
The Summer Of Wretched Excess.
The Sixers were a wretched 9-73 in 1973, which earned them the very first pick in the NBA draft.
Stalinism was one of history's most wretched political and economic systems, a nightmarish machine that murdered millions (if not tens of millions) of innocents in cold blood.
TRENTON — The president of the state Board of Public Utilities today gave New Jersey power companies an 'F' for a wretched job in communicating with the public during and after Hurricane Sandy.
That saved a wretch like me.
Black Veil Brides' upcoming album, 'Wretched and Divine : The Story of the Wild Ones,' looks like it's going to be an epic release.
UConn and South Florida are determined to not let a wretched October get the best of them.