—It was too wretched!
They spent years playing in the Astrodome, a wretched venue.
Let me not find any more of this wretched stuff in this college.
They were filled with loyalist agitprop, greetings to prisoners, and wretched poetry.
Individuals, however, were showing a growing sensitivity to the wretched condition of the poor.
In Britain, groups like Wretched of The Earth and Black Lives Matter UK, have raised similar points.
To adapt Tolstoy, lovely airports are all alike, but every wretched airport is wretched in its own way.
Asked later by CNN whether that meant that the Statue of Liberty’s historical invitation to “wretched, poor” immigrants was off the table, Mr.
About 30,000 people, many dressed in black, gathered in wretched weather in Warsaw’s Castle Square, chanting “We want doctors, not missionaries!”
I said to Herbert, meanwhile, that even if Provis were recognised and taken, in spite of himself, I should be wretched as the cause, however innocently.
Benedict Cumberbatch played the feckless antihero grappling with his past and trying (and mostly failing) to be better than the wretched aristos that raised him.
It shows how a black market has been set up to off the most wretched in Russian society – using unregulated social media platforms to connect buyers to sellers via unscrupulous agents.
Nothing was needed but this; the wretched man, after loading wretched me with his gold and silver chains for years, had risked his life to come to me, and I held it there in my keeping!
The opening chapter to Wretched is surely the most famous, in part because of the sheer power and provocation of its reflections, in part because it is the focus of Jean-Paul Sartre’s well-known Foreword.
Its southern members worry more about refugee flows; France is fighting an insurgency in the Sahel; Germany’s new coalition agreement relegated the (wretched) state of its armed forces to page 156 of a 177-page document.
I asked, incredulously, unable to believe that we travelled for weeks, solely on the basis of lies—unable to believe that I left my engagement, my dear Mary, for this wretched journey to Very West Virginia, of all places.
Gareth Southgate's side would have secured their place in next summer's tournament with victory in Prague but they can have no complaints after a wretched display against a Czech side who were a different proposition from that swept aside 5-0 at Wembley in March.
England's sequence of 43 unbeaten qualifiers stretching back a decade - flattering when placed in the context of their wretched performances at every major tournament except the 2018 World Cup - was ended in the noisy surroundings of Slavia Prague's Sinobo Stadium.
Fanon’s training in psychiatry is a central part of his work, from the methodological approaches to and characterizations of the dynamics of anti-Black racism in Black Skin, White Masks through the attention to postcolonial anxieties of cultural formation and statecraft in The Wretched of the Earth.
There were sturdy workmen thrusting their way along, wretched, unkempt men, clothed like clerks or shopmen, struggling spasmodically; a wounded soldier my brother noticed, men dressed in the clothes of railway porters, one wretched creature in a nightshirt with a coat thrown over it.
- of very poor quality or condition
- characterized by physical misery
- very unhappy; full of misery
- morally reprehensible
- deserving or inciting pity
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