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of very poor quality or condition

characterized by physical misery

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very unhappy

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morally reprehensible

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So all the wretchedly poor (as long as they knew their place) were allowed back into the country, to be treated with mild distaste.
Buck is a documentary about Buck Brannaman, the man who inspired the film and book The Horse Whisperer and who, as we discover in this film, rose like a phoenix from the ashes of a wretchedly violent and grief strewn childhood to become an understanding, compassionate and humble man.
Wretchedly I've still not mastered internet pictures on my computer.
In view of the average cost of employer-provided coverage today, which is close to $14,000 per employee according to one recent study, this proposal would be laughable if it were not so wretchedly indifferent to reality.
At no point does "Poetry" devolve into a terminal-illness melodrama or a tale of intergenerational bonding; Wook remains a wretchedly ungrateful cipher, and his horrific actions are left chillingly unexplained.
The white lie that European embarrassment is an insignificant indignity was exposed in a wretchedly refereed game on an appalling, newly laid pitch.
Collapsed like a pack of cards, the stucco debris of the National Palace in Haitian capital Port-au-Prince wretchedly embodies the impact of the catastrophic earthquake that hit the country on 12 January.
0-magnitude quake devastated the wretchedly poor Caribbean nation.
There are however two wretchedly large flies that could fall into the ointment.
But the question is: Is it ethical for a business that produces an exclusive medical silver bullet, to capitalize on it to the exclusive benefit of its balance sheet and ignore those, so often in wretchedly poor countries, who really need it?
He, like me, grew up with a respect for alcohol and no desire whatsoever to get wretchedly drunk on a regular basis.
The difference between a satisfied customer and an ex-customer may simply be your ability to respond immediately to some make-or-break current event--such as the pain felt by a customer trying to understand her bill or carry out some simple transaction through your wretchedly designed Web site.
I'm having a wretchedly hard time (in dealing with the Diet),'' Fukuda, who doubles as ruling Liberal Democratic Party president, told Ozawa in a heated one-on-one debate session in parliament, while making a plea to resolve the deadlock.
I'm having a wretchedly hard time (in dealing with the Diet),'' Fukuda told Ozawa during a one-on-one debate session in parliament, while making a plea to resolve the deadlock.
The chairs look wretchedly uncomfortable, and it is unclear whether the armoire actually opens; like Roy McMakin's drawers that are a fraction too big for their dresser and his lighting fixtures that seem to have fallen to the floor from the ceiling, Smith's constructions examine the territory between use and uselessness, here mining a slightly more paranoid vein.