Origin of wretched
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OTHER WORDS FROM wretchedwretch·ed·ly, adverbwretch·ed·ness, nounun·wretch·ed, adjective
How to use wretched in a sentence
She could be wretchedly imprecise, capricious, and heartless to her co-workers.Understanding Diana Vreeland, ‘Empress of Fashion’|Robin Givhan|November 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Then again, no one can go far wrong by guessing that the wretchedly led GOP will once more deal from the bottom of the deck.
To this unpracticed eye, at least from the photos, the statues are at once sexually explicit and wretchedly unsexy.
In 1864 the railway was in a very bad condition, wretchedly run down, and woefully mismanaged.
John Peter, son-in-law of Alexander, a horrid blasphemer and persecutor, died wretchedly.Fox's Book of Martyrs|John Foxe
Men went clad wretchedly, with red Phrygian caps and no breeches.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4)|Richard Muther
The man Westwood was a poacher, a thief, wretchedly poor and in ill-health; he has no character to lose, no friends to consider.A Life Sentence|Adeline Sergeant
But he was now by my presence so wretchedly detached from the great world he moved in that for a moment I was stirred to pity him.The Cruise of the Shining Light|Norman Duncan