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The Grapes of Wrath
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  • The wizened face looked in again.
  • The tent flaps opened and a wizened woman came out—a face wrinkled as a dried leaf and eyes that seemed to flame in her face, black eyes that seemed to look out of a well of horror.
  • Her face was wizened and dull, deep gray pouches under blank eyes, and a mouth slack and loose.
  • A wizened little man with a wrinkled face slapped his knee.
  • " The wizened man said, "We struck.
  • "Fi’ cents?" the wizened man cried.
  • "You’re jus’ jumpy," the wizened man said.
  • " The wizened man whispered, "Under the bridge span—out that way.

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  • She was a wizened old woman with gray hair.
  • I remember when she as a robust woman, but today she looks worn and wizened.

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