Peggy commits a grievous faux pas when she nervously eyes her purse—with a wad of cash inside—next to the sofa.
The cop lay open-eyed with a grievous head wound as Johnson again checked for a pulse.
Yet within the anger I have toward these people, there is also love, and their loss is grievous.
Neither Israel nor America should make that grievous mistake about Iran.
Hildebrand was keenly aware of the grievous failures of Christians under Nazism.
And there was a famine in the land: and Abram went down into Egypt to sojourn there; for the famine was grievous in the land.
Indeed, so grievous have been my pains that I marvel that I am alive this day.
Like the famous A-tu-ma-shi monastery, these made no pretence of being in Burmese style, and were grievous to the sthetic eye.
Several more died from the grievous thirst they were suffering.
On the contrary, it is preparing for her some grievous and humiliating calamity.