1 It was like a soul crying out to Almighty God.
2 The child gave a sharp cry, and lay there moaning.
3 Tells me heard cry and ran, but no sign of man on watch.
4 Jonathan would be miserable if he knew I had been crying.
5 Some way it affected me much; I am crying when I think of him.
6 There was no cry from the woman, and the howling of the wolves was but short.
7 She looked sweetly pretty, but very sad, and her eyes were flushed with crying.
8 But no more think that I am all sorry when I cry, for the laugh he come just the same.
9 Mina is fast asleep, and looks a little too pale; her eyes look as though she had been crying.
10 Henceforth no effort of mine, no piteous cry or agonised entreaty, would make them even look at me.
11 So, sobbing and crying, they went about their way, half clad as they were, and prepared fire and water.
12 There was a pause and a sharp little cry, such as a child gives in sleep, or a dog as it lies before the fire and dreams.
13 He lashed the horses unmercifully with his long whip, and with wild cries of encouragement urged them on to further exertions.
14 His cries are at times awful, but the silences that follow are more deadly still, for he means murder in every turn and movement.
15 Then she looked around the room, and seeing where she was, shuddered; she gave a loud cry, and put her poor thin hands before her pale face.
16 He was going to tell me how unhappy he would be if I did not care for him, but when he saw me cry he said that he was a brute and would not add to my present trouble.
17 Mrs. Westenra has got an idea that sleep-walkers always go out on roofs of houses and along the edges of cliffs and then get suddenly wakened and fall over with a despairing cry that echoes all over the place.
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