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He groaned, too, as if frightened, and the wings creaked dreadfully because the Wizard had forgotten to oil them; but they kept fairly good time with the wings of the buggy, so that they made excellent progress from the start.
That's when they get so dreadfully mixed, and it's a hard puzzle to put them together again.
But when I had written it, it seemed so dreadfully stiff that I had to put a little beginning and end of my own, which seemed to brighten it up a good deal.
Ah, the poet's prophecy of Me--how admirable, how dreadfully admirable!
I suppose I'll like it after a while," said the Story Girl slowly, "but I know I'll be dreadfully homesick at first.
When she was alone now she felt so dreadfully alone.
They were very large slippers, which her mother had hitherto worn; so large were they; and the poor little thing lost them as she scuffled away across the street, because of two carriages that rolled by dreadfully fast.
It would have been all the better, as it seemed to Alice, if she had got some one else to dress her, she was so dreadfully untidy.
I suppose he worries dreadfully about his part of the tangle.
The winter has been dreadfully severe, but the spring promises well, and it is considered as a remarkably early season, so that perhaps I may sail sooner than I expected.
We should feel sorry for her because, as her poem conveys all too clearly, she lives in a dreadfully unhappy place.
Those writings clearly teach a way of mutual responsibility which engenders understanding, healing and dreadfully needed unity.
For some inexplicable reason, the dreadfully hollow corporate rock of this tired group seems to be more popular than ever.
There are plenty of victims throughout his book; their stories are dreadfully cautionary tales about the recent past.
THE shocking sight of little Ali Abbas, his body dreadfully burned, his arms blown away, will be one of the enduring images of the war in Iraq.