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desolate
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Great Expectations
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  • Pitying his desolation, and watching him as he gradually settled down upon the pie, I made bold to say, "I am glad you enjoy it."
  • "Good God!" cried Mr. Pocket, in an outbreak of desolate desperation.
  • It was a needless question, for a new desolation in the desolate house had told me so.
  • It was a needless question, for a new desolation in the desolate house had told me so.
  • I had done so, and was looking along the desolate garden walk, when I beheld a solitary figure in it.
  • She reserved it for me to restore the desolate house, admit the sunshine into the dark rooms, set the clocks a-going and the cold hearths a-blazing, tear down the cobwebs, destroy the vermin,—in short, do all the shining deeds of the young Knight of romance, and marry the Princess.

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  • The photos show the desolate surface of the moon.
  • It is in her book of desolate desert photographs.

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