Woeful sentence example
It may be that the parents simply can't stand to hear their babies' woeful cries.
There is also a woeful lack of appropriate condiment.
But the culpability of the west does not end with the lateness or the woeful inadequacy of its response to the crisis.
So woeful were Forest going forward that Neil Harris did n't get his first run on the ball until over half-hour had gone.
I had just about enough stock, thankfully, and i'm not left holding anything too woeful that i over-ordered either.Advertisement
This tablet exposes woeful ignorance of the art of lettering.
The build-up 's been huge and now along comes this rather woeful follow-up.
A short while later it arrived in the UK, only to pale into woeful insignificance alongside the roughly coterminous Battle of the Planets.
Drug packaging is, very slowly, improving but the standard is still pretty woeful.
Given no assistance by Smith 's wanderings, but still woeful, especially his passing.Advertisement
Default FreeBSD looks totally woeful when compared in this way to Redhat Linux.
A similarly woeful tale can be told of biology.
Most of these people can remember the first and the woeful second attempt which did n't even reach a million sales in the UK.
Do the players know how many kids they left in tears because of their woeful displays?
Ideally, many of us would prefer to bring home a healthy kitten, but there's always a chance your heart will be stolen by a woeful little feline that's suffering from some sort of illness or injury.Advertisement
The build-up's been huge and now along comes this rather woeful follow-up.
Given no assistance by Smith's wanderings, but still woeful, especially his passing.
Although Ciren showed the occasional spark up front they looked woeful at the back.
I had just about enough stock, thankfully, and i 'm not left holding anything too woeful that i over-ordered either.
Sexual health has become the cinderella service of the NHS with a woeful lack of GUM clinics, many in a state of disrepair.Advertisement
He has had his reward, for assuredly the portrait of St Louis, from the early collection of anecdotes to the last hearsay sketch of the woeful end at Tunis, with the famous enseignement which is still the best summary of the theoretical duties of a Christian king in medieval times, is such as to take away all charge of vulgarity or mere commerage from Joinville, a charge to which otherwise he might perhaps have been exposed.