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An aged widow was crying out in a querulous, lamentable tone for her son, whose affectionate toil had supported her for many a.
The vicomtesse sunk under this accumulation of misfortunes, and became bed-ridden, helpless, and querulous.
replied the voice, patient and querulous as that of an old man.
All day he had been querulous in manner, and now some remark of Lord John's as to what we should do on the morrow brought all his bitterness to a head.
Phelps was still weak after his long illness, and his misfortune made him querulous and nervous.
Now when this is taken with the high-pitched and querulous voice which Miss MacNab described so vividly (patience, my dear lady, patience), when we take the hairless head together with the tone common in senile anger, I should think we may deduce some advance in years.
Now some Beethoven" called Cecil, when the querulous beauty of the music had died.
She sat opposite the window, and the pale light reflected from the banks of snow made her face look more than usually drawn and bloodless, sharpened the three parallel creases between ear and cheek, and drew querulous lines from her thin nose to the corners of her mouth.
The croon changed to a querulous muttering, and finally to an ugly growl.
But Miss Miller did not make this remark with a querulous accent; she appeared to be in the best humor with everything.
Yonder uplands are rich pasturage, and my neighbor has fertile meadow, but my field,' says the querulous farmer,
He was interested in the human side of that struggle to express something which was so obscure in the man's mind that he was become morbid and querulous.