Use "grievous" in a sentence

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1. Legguards of Grievous Consonances

2. Even heals grievous wounds...

3. Towards dressing such grievous injuries?

4. Her death was a grievous shock.

5. In fact, at times it is “grievous.”

6. Temporarily grievous, Chastening leads to peace and righteousness

7. " acknowledges your humble admission of many grievous errors...

8. He survived in spite of suffering grievous injuries.

9. Paragraph 221, 222, 225 ‐ grievous bodily harm, affray

10. He had been the victim of a grievous injustice.

11. "He getteth him a grievous crabtree Cudgel and

12. Note that grievous in this context means extremely disturbing.

13. There was once a grievous famine in the land.

14. HArrowing definition, extremely disturbing or distressing; grievous: a hArrowing experience

15. Kenobi managed to kill Grievous , and Abscond with his starfighter

16. * Grievous wolves shall enter in among you, Acts 20:29.

17. He pilled with grievous taxes and quite lost their hearts.

18. Congress now has a chance to correct its grievous error.

19. 22 synonyms for Agonizing: painful, bitter, distressing, harrowing, heartbreaking, grievous

20. 24 The loss of his father was a grievous blow.

21. Kenobi managed to kill Grievous , and abscond with his starfighter.

22. 2 He was charged with maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm.

23. 59 synonyms for Atrocious: shocking, terrible, appalling, horrible, horrifying, grievous, execrable

24. Therefore Backbiting is the most grievous sin committed against one's neighbor

25. Their loss would be a grievous blow to our engineering industries.

26. Her death is a grievous loss to the whole of the community.

27. "... acknowledges your humble admission of many grievous errors... "... for which he accepts

28. Mr Morris said the victims had suffered from a very grievous mistake.

29. • The conduct may be either causing a wound or causing grievous Bodily harm

30. For a submariner, he had committed a grievous act -- mixing alcohol with duty.

31. He had engaged in grievous immoral conduct and was being counseled by Alma.

32. No, I simply made the grievous error of buying Bear a squeaky toy.

33. Jesus was eager to bring relief to people who suffered from grievous sicknesses.

34. Heb 12:11 No Chastening for the present seemeth to be joyous, but grievous

35. Synonyms for Agonising include excruciating, harrowing, painful, grievous, tormenting, torturous, racking, bitter, acute and extreme

36. Synonyms for Afflicting include painful, agonising, agonizing, grievous, excruciating, harrowing, harsh, bitter, torturous and tormenting

37. Synonyms for Agonizing include excruciating, harrowing, painful, grievous, tormenting, torturous, racking, bitter, acute and extreme

38. All three are charged with wounding with intent to commit grievous bodily harm and Affray

39. Do you laugh along with the laugh track and let this grievous misinterpretation of irony go?

40. So this leper is in a grievous condition and is required to live away from others.

41. Having to leave behind three daughters under such grievous circumstances is enough to break anyone’s heart.

42. Synonyms for life-Altering include lifestyle, life, cultural, habitual, life-changing, serious, momentous, profound, intense and grievous

43. My heartfelt condolences go to her family and the people of Pakistan who have suffered a grievous blow.

44. Atrocious adj 1: shockingly brutal or cruel; "murder is an Atrocious crime"; "a grievous offense against morality"; "a grievous crime"; "no excess was too monstrous for them to commit" [syn: Atrocious, flagitious, grievous, monstrous] 2: exceptionally bad or displeasing; "Atrocious taste"; "abominable workmanship"; "an awful voice"; "dreadful manners"; "a painful performance"; "terrible

45. He has been in numerous Anthologizes, eZines, and magazines, such as Weirdbook, Grievous Angel eZine, and Heroic Fantasy Quarterly

46. In addition to the papal disregard of Canterbury's primatial claim over York, the monastic community suffered another grievous blow.

47. 5 He was charged with unlawfully and maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm and with assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

48. Anthropomorphism has for most of the last century been considered a grievous sin in the study of animal behavior

49. A pied-piper's trail of opportunity discarded, needless abasement endured, and a grievous ransom paid in blood and treasure.

50. Her speculative poetry has most recently appeared in Grievous Angel and Star*Line and is forthcoming in Scifaikuest and Blossomry