As bad as the wreck was, it could have been worse.
I'm sure he wouldn't want you to have a wreck trying to get there in a hurry.
Howie was a total wreck and I'm sure neither Quinn nor I was much better.
I was a wreck when you didn't answer the phone.
I'm a wreck just thinking about it.
I was a nervous wreck as we pulled up to a large vehicle that operated as some sort of command center.
Poor Jen must be a wreck and she has telling her parents to look forward to.
Darkness moved in quickly now, and he knew he'd soon need help and more light than a simple flashlight to locate a wreck, if in fact a vehicle had plunged to the valley floor, a hundred or more feet below.
Just as I ran up to the wreck, it blew.
There was when the wreck was hauled into storage.
He'd be a wreck if he had.
And then I saw how good his heart is. He's a train wreck, but he's honorable and capable of such good. Kris pulled me into this world and assumed I'd do what I was told like a good little human. But when I told Rhyn I wanted to leave him, he asked for another chance. It's like he woke up then and realized he wasn't in Hell anymore or trapped by his brothers' expectations.
You know that — in a car wreck or ...
She risked a glance at him, embarrassed at how much of a wreck she was.
Except for these inscriptions Axumite history is a blank until in the 6th century we find the Axumite king sending an expedition to wreck the Jewish state then existing in S.
In the general wreck of the old religion, little survived but the household cult, protected by its own genuineness and vitality.
2 The disillusionment occasioned by this decision caused the Boer delegates then at the Cape to help to wreck the federation proposals (see supra).
Already a physical wreck, he was borne into Edinburgh Castle in April 1571 and with Kirkcaldy he held this fortress against the regent Morton and his English auxiliaries.
Sometimes I am not well; but I am not a "wreck," and there is nothing "distressing" about my condition.
I went a-chestnutting there in the fall, on windy days, when the nuts were dropping into the water and were washed to my feet; and one day, as I crept along its sedgy shore, the fresh spray blowing in my face, I came upon the mouldering wreck of a boat, the sides gone, and hardly more than the impression of its flat bottom left amid the rushes; yet its model was sharply defined, as if it were a large decayed pad, with its veins.
It was as impressive a wreck as one could imagine on the seashore, and had as good a moral.