But one can’t feel quite in the depths of despair with two months’ vacation before them
I’m in the depths of despair.
Can you eat when you are in the depths of despair?
"I’ve never been in the depths of despair, so I can’t say," responded Marilla.
Well, did you ever try to IMAGINE you were in the depths of despair?
I’m not in the depths of despair this morning.
First the look of despair faded out; then came a faint flush of hope; here eyes grew deep and bright as morning stars.
She clasped her hands together, gave a piercing shriek, and then flung herself face downward on the bed, crying and writhing in an utter abandonment of disappointment and despair.
Anne went back to Green Gables calm with despair.
"I was awfully near giving up in despair," explained Anne.
Marilla had almost begun to despair of ever fashioning this waif of the world into her model little girl of demure manners and prim deportment.
Anne had slid to the floor in despairing obedience.
I’m in the depths of despair and I don’t care who gets head in class or writes the best composition or sings in the Sunday-school choir any more.
Anne wept then, but later on, when she went upstairs and looked in the glass, she was calm with despair.
He had been in such a state of shyness and nervousness that Marilla had given him up in despair, but Anne took him in hand so successfully that he now sat at the table in his best clothes and white collar and talked to the minister not uninterestingly.
"I can’t think what it can be," said Anne in despair, "unless it’s that Moody Spurgeon MacPherson saw you home from prayer meeting last night.