He wracked his brain for excuses that would be plausible.
Her knees buckled and she slumped to the floor, wracked by ragged sobs.
She buried her face in her hands as long agonizing sobs wracked her body to the core.
The stored tears continued to flow and the sobs wracked her body, robbing it of the ability to speak – barely allowing a breath to be drawn.
Uncontrollable sobs wracked her body as she clung to the tiny sweater.
Renewed by the blood, more sobs wracked her body as she thought of Damian and how badly she'd destroyed any plan Dustin or Jule could make.
She climbed the next stair and grabbed the porch rail as another pain wracked her body.
When you told me you were a vampire I was wracked with guilt, you were so brave and I am such a coward.
Wracked with grief and remorse Julian traveled to Rome seeking absolution.
She wracked her mind for tornado safety rules.
I wracked my brains in an attempt to formulate some way we could safely utilize Howie's unique abilities and produce beneficial results without exposing ourselves to God knows what.
The laugh caused her to double over again, her body was wracked with renewed coughing.
wracked by guilt, Billie is now locked into a triangle - a kind of emotional Bermuda triangle of lost souls.
My womb, which did not suffer the pangs of childbirth, is wracked with pain, beholding Thee suffering agony, O Master!
This dead-end job was the best I could do in a country wracked with unemployment (over 30% ).
Next to her, a young man sat on the kerbside, his body wracked in grief as he cried and cried.
wracked by conflict.
wracked by civil war.
wracked by violence and looting since the regime lost power.
wracked by political instability and strikes.
wracked up thousands on our plastic.
wracked with guilt, Frasier goes to her live show to talk her out of it.
wracked with awful pain.
This dead-end job was the best I could do in a country wracked with unemployment (over 30 %).
And it cannot be fulfilled if this part of the continent remains wracked by conflict.
During the twentieth century Spain was wracked by civil war.
Throughout the first half of the 1990s, Bulgaria was wracked by political instability and strikes.
But most of us do n't and record numbers of us are in debt and wracked up thousands on our plastic.
Wracked with guilt, Frasier goes to her live show to talk her out of it.
Of course it was awful, and she really was wracked with awful pain.
Just like in losing anyone else that we love, we don't want to think about it, but it is so much easier to make the difficult decisions involved when we're not wracked with grief.
He had wracked up a long list of problems, from chronic unemployment to dropping out of school and minor run-ins with the law.
The stored tears continued to flow and the sobs wracked her body, robbing it of the ability to speak â€“ barely allowing a breath to be drawn.
The US-led coalition is also trying to restore calm in cities wracked by violence and looting since the regime lost power.
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