I've seen -" He dropped his head on his arms and sobbed
while the others dragged a grey-headed man aboard.
We were in a solitary place, and he put his hands before his eyes and sobbed as he said the words.
I hope, Ma," sobbed poor Caddy at last, "you are not angry?
afresh, and handed to him a book, bound in shagreen, which bore the initials C.
A HARE pounced upon by an eagle sobbed
very much and uttered cries like a child.
As the last notes of the hymn died away the widow ran to the coffin, cast herself upon it and sobbed
It doesn't seem as if it can be true," sobbed Cecily.
But I l-l-oved him," sobbed Sara, "and I always feel bad when my friends d-do.
We little k-know what a day will bring forth," sobbed Sara.
She caught her breath and sobbed
wildly for a moment.
I shall bless your name,' sobbed the locksmith's little daughter,
Dolly still sobbed, and held her handkerchief to her eyes.
Ye-ye-es," sobbed Maggie, her chin rising and falling convulsedly.
Maggie sobbed aloud, finding a wretched pleasure in the hollow resonance that came through the long empty space of the attic.
Is it cruel of me to ask why Penny Lancaster sobbed
her way through Loose Women this week as she recalled how she was sexually assaulted by a man in a subway when she was 12.