free from pain

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And I am quite happy as long as I am free from pain.
The remedy succeeded: the next morning she was free from pain, though extremely languid; whereupon, the captain prescribed for her a bowl of colt's head broth, and that she should be kept for a time on simple diet.
Rose obeyed, and the quiet rooms above were so like a church that she soon composed her ruffled feelings, and was unconsciously a little minister of happiness to the sweet old lady, who for years had sat there patiently waiting to be set free from pain.
Although not completely recovered from my strange illness, which still lingered about me, I was free from pain and able to take exercise.
He did not cough once in the course of an hour, smiled, kissed Kitty's hand, thanking her with tears, and said he was comfortable, free from pain, and that he felt strong and had an appetite.
Wait till free from pain and sorrow he has gained his final rest.
Her mind was perfectly clear now, and, save that she could not move, she was most of the time quite free from pain, and alert in every nerve to all that was going on within or without the house.
After unspeakable suffering, productive of the utmost consternation, she is pronounced, by expresses from the bedroom, free from pain, though much exhausted, in which state of affairs Mr.
Still, it was a relief to see her free from pain, and innocently happy in the presence of her son.
Decay, when it did occur, was rapid, but free from pain.
By God she put up one hell of a fight, but she was just so tired and it was her time to be free from pain and now the most beautiful angel in the sky.
May God bless you and may you rest peacefully now you are free from pain.