1 Here I underwent another most painful separation.
2 There are, however, some painful exceptions to this rule.
3 When he saw Hughes bending over with pain, his courage quailed.
4 It caused me more pain than any thing else in the whole transaction.
5 After a painful waiting, the Saturday morning, whose night was to witness our departure, came.
6 The thought of leaving my friends was decidedly the most painful thought with which I had to contend.
7 In addition to the pain of separation, there was the horrid dread of falling into the hands of Master Andrew.
8 Thus she escaped not only punishment, but even the pain of being arraigned before a court for her horrid crime.
9 Besides the pain of separation, the dread and apprehension of a failure exceeded what I had experienced at my first attempt.
10 I had received many good lessons from them, and was still receiving them, and the thought of leaving them was painful indeed.
11 It was a most painful situation; and, to understand it, one must needs experience it, or imagine himself in similar circumstances.
12 It was painful to stand near the stable-door, and hear the various complaints against the keepers when a horse was taken out for use.
13 He told me I could go nowhere but that he could get me; and that, in the event of my running away, he should spare no pains in his efforts to catch me.
14 His presence was painful; his eye flashed confusion; and seldom was his sharp, shrill voice heard, without producing horror and trembling in their ranks.
15 The reading of these documents enabled me to utter my thoughts, and to meet the arguments brought forward to sustain slavery; but while they relieved me of one difficulty, they brought on another even more painful than the one of which I was relieved.