“Julie Burchill is, of course, not loveable, and has pitifully late middle-aged legs,” he writes.
I want to know why commercial sex lags so pitifully far behind ostentatious transportation.
The reason you want to do this is not to burn off the pitifully small amount of calories you will consume from walking.
In the extremity of his fear he burst out crying, not very loud, but softly and pitifully, as if he hardly knew what he was doing.
Oh, tender heart of Honora that sighed for him so pitifully!
Once a day a small ration was doled out--pitifully small--enough to tantalise appetite, but not to still hunger.
Sometimes he would call out to them pitifully to put him out of his misery.
The poet is fully conscious that his value in the world's market is pitifully small; that he is neither wealthy nor learned.
"Do not cry," said Ezra pitifully, and with a patience wonderful in a boy of his years.
There was a tense moment of waiting, and then the fusillade began again, pitifully weak from the sheepmen.