Word usage examples
Ample prey existed close by—especially when there were Zeck Zacks to do the rounding up.
Above the fog banks a wrack of cloud had gathered, the aerophane was coated with a glittering mist.
Then the memory passed and Alman, weak from privations and older than his years, hunched in on himself in a series of wracking coughs.
Wracked by jealousy, Cornelia had become the pawn of Asterion, the ancient Minotaur and archenemy of the Game, and had murdered Genvissa just as she and Brutus were about to complete the Game.
Father Cesare sat his hefty body upon his chair once more, his eyes wincing in pain as the bones wracked painfully together.
Nodding donkeys walked up the cliff stair carrying panniers filled with kelp and dulse, wrack, oar weed, and laver.
The fasciculations rapidly spread to other muscles until her body became wracked by clonic jerks.
He wrapped his arms around Iral and held on, letting the sobs wrack his body, letting the fear and pain leak away with his tears.
It was a wild, cold, seasonable night of March, with a pale moon, lying on her back as though the wind had tilted her, and flying wrack of the most diaphanous and lawny texture.
Thy silver passages of sacred lands, With news of Sepulchre and Dolorous Hill, Canst thou be he that, yester-sunset warm, Purple with Paynim rage and wrack desire, Dashed ravening out of a dusty lair of Storm, Harried the west, and set the world on fire?