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grievous
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The Two Towers
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  • ’It is tidings more grievous than any in this land can understand, though it may touch them sorely ere the year is much older,’ said Aragorn.
  • Nothing that we have endured of late has seemed so grievous as the treason of Isengard.
  • Grievous is the fall of your men; but you shall see that at least the wolves of the mountains do not devour them.
  • This is a grievous turn to things!

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  • She suffered grievous bodily harm.
  • a grievous offense against morality

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