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Sentences with misery. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use misery in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for misery.

  • It will save us from horrid misery! (10)
  • It will save us from horrid misery! (22)
  • Renee is in misery. (10)
  • Her misery is a disease. (10)
  • Was it not proof of misery? (8)
  • It can only end in her misery. (8)
  • She is now prostrate with misery. (10)
  • Anne saw the misery of such feelings. (4)
  • The thought implied misery for both. (10)
  • Your troops are perishing in misery. (18)
  • Followed five minutes of acute misery. (8)
  • I am surrounded by misery and distraction. (10)
  • In sheer misery she went upstairs and to bed. (8)
  • Surely even in her misery she could see that! (8)
  • What misery life must be to a chap like that! (8)
  • Their misery could not be conveyed to the mind. (10)
  • I scarcely feel the floor; no misery touches me. (10)
  • There was misery everywhere, and yet I was glad. (10)
  • She said something of her misery, but that was all. (4)
  • Her eyelids blinked, either with anger or in misery. (10)
  • He was prepared for the misery of any woman anywhere. (10)
  • There is your fault, that is the cause of your misery. (10)
  • It would be the worst misery of all if I made you unhappy. (8)
  • Another night of misery, and no answer to that question yet. (8)
  • What can exceed the misery of such a mind in such a situation? (4)
  • I went home to my hotel, and passed the afternoon in pure misery. (9)
  • He groaned, and began to creep giddily about the room in his misery. (9)
  • This was the picture of the woman who could not weep in her misery. (10)
  • Ultimately the contagion of her settled misery took hold of Cecilia. (10)
  • All the autumn of last year he had felt this vague misery rather badly. (8)
  • I saw you with the very person who had guided you in that year of misery. (4)
  • It was agitation, pain, pleasure, a something between delight and misery. (4)
  • Indeed he had all that the necessity for cloaking an infinite misery gives. (10)
  • You will take no step that is not intimate with my happiness, or my misery. (10)
  • Her brain was beating at the mystery and misery wherein Dahlia lay engulfed. (10)
  • Her brain was beating at the mystery and misery wherein Dahlia lay engulfed. (22)
  • Their ways are the ways of blood; paths to eternal misery among howling fiends. (10)
  • Yes; he had pride: he had it as a dagger in his breast: his pride was his misery. (10)
  • I am sure, there is so much misery in the world, it is a mercy to be able to laugh. (10)
  • Then came stern efforts to command his misery and make the nerves of his face iron. (10)
  • Her stedfast eyes spoke as much: but misery is wanton, and will pull all down to it. (10)
  • She read his unwritten doubt, and therefore expected her unwritten misery to be read. (10)
  • The heavy laboring of the groaning tent adds to the feeling of misery and melancholy. (21)
  • His whole manhood seemed to be shaken, as if by regular pulsations of intensest misery. (10)
  • There is so much misery in the world, and so much suffering that needs to be alleviated. (12)
  • Could he accept from her such a sacrifice, exact a daily misery, see her droop and fade beneath it? (8)
  • Had it been downright misery she would have looked about her with less of her exanimate glassiness. (10)
  • Not only unto those that wrought The misery and deadly blight; But those that outcast them this night! (10)
  • Unhappily I had accepted a dinner in Boston for that night, and this invitation put me in great misery. (9)
  • It stood for all the misery they suffered; nor could they see that they had since made any of their own. (10)
  • No, indeed, Miss Woodhouse, you need not be afraid; I can sit and admire him now without any great misery. (4)
  • Its unnaturally large, blue-rimmed eyes were filled with the immeasurable misery of the life it had lived. (12)
  • When it was all over, he went down into his state-room, and shut himself in, and let his misery rollover him. (9)
  • You had rather look out for misery for Marianne, and guilt for poor Willoughby, than an apology for the latter. (4)
  • Her excessive misery would not suffer a picture of him, not one clear recollection of him, to stand before her. (10)
  • Amazed at the mine she had sprung, the Countess sat through it, lamenting the misery of owning a notorious father. (10)
  • Elizabeth, who knew this to be levelled at Mr. Darcy, was in such misery of shame, that she could hardly keep her seat. (4)
  • I who stand before you am sin and the sense of sin, with all its misery and uncleanness; and you can save me by a word. (12)
  • All the misery that he caused penetrated the wall, and aroused in Karen memories of equal horrors in dim and distant years. (12)
  • And there were no real things in the world except stench and misery and avarice and greed and treachery and malevolence and lust. (12)
  • Some of them remain associated with the gloom and misery of that time, so that when I take them up they bring back its dreadful shadow. (9)
  • And the devil that had entered into her when she woke that morning, having had his fling, slunk away, leaving the old bewildered misery. (8)
  • But metaphorical language, though nothing other will convey the extremity of his misery, or the form of his thoughts, must be put aside. (10)
  • But metaphorical language, though nothing other will convey the extremity of his misery, or the form of his thoughts, must be put aside. (22)
  • He awoke to it slowly, from a desolation in which he tasted the last bitter of homesickness, the utter misery of idleness and listlessness. (9)
  • So much amazement had probably never been got before out of the misery inflicted in that place; but their lightness did not at all commend them. (9)
  • Most of all, she afflicted the man who had been so faithful to her misery, and maddened him to reprisals, of which he afterward abjectly repented. (9)
  • Emilia was growing too conscious of her halting eloquence, as the imminence of her happiness or misery hung balancing in doubtful scales before her. (10)
  • Imagination dealt me all my sharpest misery, and now that Ottilia resumed her place there, I became infinitely peacefuller, and stronger to subdue my hungry nature. (10)

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Definition of misery:

  • misery, miz’r-i, n. wretchedness: great unhappiness: extreme pain of body or of mind: a cause of pain or sorrow: (_shak._) avarice. (0)

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