Both Uses of
- Pray, you wretched boy for a forgiveness you do not deserve, but which God, in His mercy, may yet grant you.†
Chpt 3 *
- And somehow the business of Anne made us more wretched still.†
(wretched) very badin 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."