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1  Poor Hans was sadly frightened.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In HANS IN LUCK
2  He picked up the wood, and flew sadly home, and told the mouse all he had seen and heard.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In THE MOUSE, THE BIRD, AND THE SAUSAGE
3  Fundevogel and Lina loved each other so dearly that when they did not see each other they were sad.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In FUNDEVOGEL
4  He listened to them, and when he became aware of what they were saying, he grew very thoughtful and sad.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In THE THREE LANGUAGES
5  At this sight she was sadly frightened, and shutting the door as fast as she could came back to her seat.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In THE FROG-PRINCE
6  At last he could bear it no longer; so he took to his heels, and off he ran in a very sad and sorrowful mood.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In THE DOG AND THE SPARROW
7  The farmer was a sad miser, and knew that his man was very simple-hearted; so he took out threepence, and gave him for every year's service a penny.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In THE MISER IN THE BUSH
8  Then she laid them in the green grass under the juniper-tree, and she had no sooner done so, then all her sadness seemed to leave her, and she wept no more.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In THE JUNIPER-TREE
9  When the faithful maiden heard of this, she grew so sad that she thought her heart would break, and she would not go thither, but the other girls came and took her.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In SWEETHEART ROLAND
10  At last he could go no farther, for the stone tired him sadly: and he dragged himself to the side of a river, that he might take a drink of water, and rest a while.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In HANS IN LUCK
11  Jorinda sat down to gaze upon the sun; Jorindel sat by her side; and both felt sad, they knew not why; but it seemed as if they were to be parted from one another for ever.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In JORINDA AND JORINDEL
12  Presently the fruit became round and firm, and she was glad and at peace; but when they were fully ripe she picked the berries and ate eagerly of them, and then she grew sad and ill.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In THE JUNIPER-TREE
13  Meantime little Heinel grew up, and as the end of the twelve years drew near the merchant began to call to mind his bond, and became very sad and thoughtful; so that care and sorrow were written upon his face.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In THE KING OF THE GOLDEN MOUNTAIN
14  She could not at first tell why she felt sad, but she became conscious at last of great longing to go home; then she knew she was homesick, although she was a thousand times better off with Mother Holle than with her mother and sister.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In MOTHER HOLLE
15  Hans soon came to himself, and got upon his legs again, sadly vexed, and said to the shepherd, 'This riding is no joke, when a man has the luck to get upon a beast like this that stumbles and flings him off as if it would break his neck.'
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In HANS IN LUCK
16  The woodman and his wife, being awakened by the noise, peeped through a crack in the door; but when they saw a wolf was there, you may well suppose that they were sadly frightened; and the woodman ran for his axe, and gave his wife a scythe.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In TOM THUMB