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used in Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

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very bad
in various senses, including:
  • unfortunate or miserable — as in "wretched prisoners sleeping on the cold floor"
  • of poor quality — as in "wretched roads"
  • morally bad — as in "The wretched woman stole his wallet.
  • ...the wretched boy was being sucked closer and closer towards the mouth of one of the great pipes that was dangling down into the river.
    Chapter 17 -- Augustus Gloop Goes up the Pipe (19% in)
wretched = unfortunate
  • And the one remaining squirrel (obviously the leader of them all) climbed up on to her shoulder and started tap-tap-tapping the wretched girl's head with its knuckles.
    Chapter 24 -- Veruca in the Nut Room (40% in)

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