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“Passing by a bare, desolate-looking cemetery, I asked a sad-looking woman who was leaning on the gate if she could direct me to Golden City.”
“The rooms are clean, but large and desolate-looking, and are generally ornamented with caricatures of the Virgin and uncouth representations of miracles.”
“We rowed ourselves over in a crazy boat, which seemed about to fill and sink when we got to the middle of the river, and attended service at Port Hill, one of the most desolate-looking places I ever saw.”
“Yet by no means could I be sure that it was not a sudden fancy, born of the eeriness of that desolate-looking vale; the more so as I was like to be deceived because of the uncertainty which the light of the moon gives.”
“The little, grey, desolate-looking hamlet, unscreened by sheltering trees, lay in sight long before he reached it, and as he came near he could hear the sound of voices singing a hymn.”
“Though at first sight a most strange and desolate-looking place to build a village on, it has many advantages.”
“By the time that he reached the desolate-looking lodge at the demesne gate, he was nearly wet through, and was besmeared with mud up to his knees.”
“On three sides of us was this awful, desolate-looking precipice — a dreary, gloomy, God-forsaken kind of spot.”
““Though at first sight a most strange and desolate-looking place to build a village on, it has many advantages,” he recalled later.”
“The great plaza was empty, Solamnic Knights standing guard at its various entrances, and desolate-looking after the mad press of the streets.”
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