endesolate

Meaning: tr
ıssız, harap; terketmek, üzmek
Uprose the image of my father dear, / as there I see the monarch, bathed in blood, / like him in prowess and in age his peer. / Uprose Creusa, desolate and drear, / Iulus' peril, and a plundered home.
If one does not have a hobby, his life may be desolate.
And may my almighty God make him favourable to you: and send back with you your brother, whom he keepeth, and this Benjamin: and as for me I shall be desolate without children.
It echoed desolate.
Mary's explanations enchanted me and desolated me all at once.
The house was feeling desolate.
I can't bear the chill of seeing everybody happy, and knowing myself so lonely and desolate.
Layla lived in a remote and desolate part of Australia.
The town was desolate after the flood.
Sami marched for days in the desolate cold.
Added on 2015-03-17 | by m1gin | View: 427

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