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.