She was pacing up and down in her little room, pressing her hands against her chest; her lips were parched and her breathing came in nervous broken gasps.
His hair was soaked with sweat, his quivering lips were parched, his eyes were fixed on the ceiling.
He felt that his parched lips were flecked with foam, his heart was throbbing.
Once more her parched lips were covered with blood.
The agonised, wasted, consumptive face, the parched blood-stained lips, the hoarse voice, the tears unrestrained as a child’s, the trustful, childish and yet despairing prayer for help were so piteous that everyone seemed to feel for her.
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Nothing will grow in this parched soil.
Cactus is about all that will grow in this parched soil.