In the third, I promised to make him a king, to be always near him, and to grant him three wishes every day; but that century passed away as the other two had done, and I remained in the same plight
The Prince thought himself in a bad plight
now, as he felt the barrel floating out from the land and tossing about on the waves.
As may be imagined, such battling as this did not put much money into the treasury of the parent company; and the letters written by Sanders at this time prove that it was in a hard plight
The comrades of the wounded perceiving the plight
they were in began from a distance to shower stones on Don Quixote, who screened himself as best he could with his buckler, not daring to quit the trough and leave his armour unprotected.
His assailant could not forbear laughing heartily at his plight
, but was also quick to lend his aid.
Now, how much I am indebted to you I realised when you told me that you were spending for my benefit the sum which you are always reported to have laid by at your bankers; but, now that I have learnED that you never possessed such a fund, but that, on hearing of my destitute plight
, and being moved by it, you decided to spend upon me the whole of your salary--even to forestall it--and when I had fallen ill, actually to sell your clothes--when I learnED all this I found myself placed in the harassing position of not knowing how to accept it all, nor what to think of it.
In short, so helpless and woebegone was his plight
, that his party proceeded on their march without him; the captain promised to bring him on in safety in the after part of the day.
The Winkies lifted him tenderly in their arms, and carried him back to the Yellow Castle again, Dorothy shedding a few tears by the way at the sad plight
of her old friend, and the Lion looking sober and sorry.
Meanwhile the miser crept out of the bush half-naked and in a piteous plight
, and began to ponder how he should take his revenge, and serve his late companion some trick.
It is then that the plight
of being alive becomes attenuated to its least possible dimensions.
Natasha could not remain calm, seeing him in such a plight
was anything but pleasant, yet I think that Hooja and his forces were even worse off than we, for they had no food nor water at all.