The Guardians A harrowingly elegiac memoir to a troubled friend who killed herself—and a search for just what they shared.
But the award for the most impressive of the harrowingly dumb things said or written this past week goes to Joseph Farah.
Saint Pierre was dark and harrowingly still under the throbbing volcano.
Just so long as men fail to master the animals of which they are composed, the poor beasts about them will be harrowingly treated.
It is the same lesson, if you will—but how harrowingly taught!
I cannot make out to be anything but raspingly, harrowingly sad; so I will close, and not affect levity which I cannot feel.
Two of them, in this situation, brought forth their young with piercing shrieks, and groans most harrowingly human.