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  • As the train plodded through the gray prairie, on a windless day with the smoke from the engine clinging to the fields in giant cotton-rolls, in a low and writhing wall which shut off the snowy fields, she did not look out of the window.
  • The backs of the other shops were an impressionistic picture of dirty grays, drained browns, writhing heaps of refuse.
  • III Vida had done her a service; had made all agonizing seem so fatuous that she ceased writhing and saw that her whole problem was simple as mutton: she was interested in Erik’s aspiration; interest gave her a hesitating fondness for him; and the future would take care of the eventů.

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  • The patient writhed in pain.
  • She writhed on the sidewalk begging that someone call an ambulance.

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