Though we are many, each of us is achingly alone, piercingly alone.
In the near distance the heath stretched away for miles, and although it was piercingly cold, the scene was almost attractive.
“And piercingly cold, my dear John,” interrupted Mrs Sudberry.
He held out his hand, staring frankly, but piercingly, into John's eyes.
We should have been most comfortable but for the piercingly cold draughts.
The day was piercingly cold, and to remain there long would have been unpleasant enough.
Zane,” he replied, piercingly, “what you need for your hat is a head!
It was a region of great extremes of temperature,--the summers being hot, and the winters piercingly cold.
It was almost too warm, although the weather outside was piercingly cold.
And then, piercingly through the thunderings of the copper shell, a voice broke in—Ianito's voice.