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wretch
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • "A duel!" yelled the old wretch again, breathless and spluttering at each syllable.
  • You see at once, dear young lady, what a willful wretch I am compared with you.
  • He felt that he ought to have disdained that despicable wretch, Fyodor Pavlovitch, too much to have been upset by him in Father Zossima’s cell, and so to have forgotten himself.
  • If I die, who will care for them, and while I live who but they will care for a wretch like me?
  • If I were to hand him over a thousand or maybe two now, would the beggarly wretch agree to take himself off altogether for five years or, better still, thirty-five, and without Grushenka, and give her up once for all, eh?
  • Light it, light it, dear, I was a wretch to have prevented you doing it.
  • And now, Alyosha, I’ll tell you the whole truth, that you may see what a wretch I am!
  • I am a wretch, but I love Thee.
  • He was mad then, perfectly mad, and that was my fault, wretch that I am!
  • Her lips were quivering and she kept whispering rapidly to herself: "I am a wretch, wretch, wretch, wretch!"
  • Her lips were quivering and she kept whispering rapidly to herself: "I am a wretch, wretch, wretch, wretch!"
  • Her lips were quivering and she kept whispering rapidly to herself: "I am a wretch, wretch, wretch, wretch!"
  • Her lips were quivering and she kept whispering rapidly to herself: "I am a wretch, wretch, wretch, wretch!"
  • "To whom are you referring as ’that wicked wretch’?" inquired the prosecutor.
  • The envelope with the notes in it she had not seen, but had only heard from "that wicked wretch" that Fyodor Pavlovitch had an envelope with notes for three thousand in it.

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  • Pity the poor wretch.
  • If you pay the blackmail, you will remain at the mercy of the unscrupulous wretch.

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