1 "A nasty day to be buried," I began, simply to avoid being silent.
2 His moans become nasty, disgustingly malignant, and go on for whole days and nights.
3 That rascal Ferfitchkin followed with his nasty little snigger like a puppy yapping.
4 I am not a hero to you now, as I tried to seem before, but simply a nasty person, an impostor.
5 My servant is an old country-woman, ill-natured from stupidity, and, moreover, there is always a nasty smell about her.
6 It is nasty for you to hear my despicable moans: well, let it be nasty; here I will let you have a nastier flourish in a minute.
7 After an unnaturally prolonged wheezing there followed a shrill, nasty, and as it were unexpectedly rapid, chime--as though someone were suddenly jumping forward.
8 There in its nasty, stinking, underground home our insulted, crushed and ridiculed mouse promptly becomes absorbed in cold, malignant and, above all, everlasting spite.
9 There was a great deal of noise, even shouting, in a room further away; one could hear the laughter of a crowd of people, and nasty little shrieks in French: there were ladies at the dinner.
10 This was a regular martyrdom, a continual, intolerable humiliation at the thought, which passed into an incessant and direct sensation, that I was a mere fly in the eyes of all this world, a nasty, disgusting fly--more intelligent, more highly developed, more refined in feeling than any of them, of course--but a fly that was continually making way for everyone, insulted and injured by everyone.