There should be no repetition of his harrowing
experience with Naratu.
You know me well enough, my dear," he said, "to be assured that I am incapable of willingly harrowing
your feelings or misleading your judgment.
The substance of his books consists chiefly of the sufferings of his heroines under ingeniously harrowing
persecution at the hands of remorseless scoundrels.
Lawrence, and wished to exchange him for me; and if I had loved and reverenced her less to begin with, the preference might have gratified and amused me; but now the contrast between her outward seeming and her inward mind, as I supposed, - between my former and my present opinion of her, was so harrowing
- so distressing to my feelings, that it swallowed up every lighter consideration.
I warn my "kyind friends," then, that I am going to tell a story of harrowing
villainy and complicated--but, as I trust, intensely interesting--crime.
Strange and harrowing
must be his story, frightful the storm which embraced the gallant vessel on its course and wrecked it--thus!
Other thoughts followed, on which it was less harrowing
There's Mrs Neale at it again with her harrowing
tales about her little children.
A prey to the most harrowing
anxieties and apprehensions, he went from magistrate to magistrate, and finally to the Secretary of State.
Apparently, she's only just recovered from being at the heart of so controversial a story and fears the "idea of having to be in that kind of harrowing
pain again is too much".
We're spending a fortune salting the gallops and we keep harrowing
and heartbreaking, this is the film of the week by many a mile.
drama that poses questions which you may find difficult to answer.
THE IMAGE OF CHRIST HARROWING
HELL carries us into that crack in time between Christ's death and Resurrection.
Created by Chris Gerolmo and TV pioneer Steven Bochco, ``Over There'' is an obviously gritty, often harrowing
depiction of the war in Iraq.