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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of sadden.


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  • Long ago, when Azeroth was new and we were first sent to protect it and the Emerald Dream, those of my flight honored me by naming the field and that created within it the Eye of Ysera…this became the place from which we watched over everything…Her expression saddened.


  • "Yes," Delphi replied, and then her expression saddened a touch.


  • The president was described as saddened by the news from home.

    How Clinton Lost The Capital

  • He tried to smile at her forced jocularity; but the hunted expression saddened his eyes again.

    From the Valley of the Missing

  • If he is saddened, that is certainly much more than that his elders should be gladdened.

    The Children

  • "I had almost given you up, and was just going to cry," she said, laying her little snowflake of a hand upon the one which that morning had chafed the small, stiff fingers of Dora Deane, and which now tenderly pressed those of Ella Grey as the young man answered, "I have not felt like going out today, for my first call saddened me;" and then, with his arm around the fairy form of

    Dora Deane

  • Woman in Hewlett-Packard scandal 'saddened' that CEO Mark Hurd lost his job THE woman at the centre of the sexual harassment claim that forced Hewlett-Packard chief Mark Hurd to quit says she is "saddened" he lost his job. | Top Stories

  • They were not "saddened" by their success, but content with it.


  • John McCain, for you to be "saddened" by the attacks on Sarah Palin is truly rich.

    I'm 'saddened' by 'vicious attacks' on Palin, McCain says

  • I'm personally saddened as much as one can be 'saddened' by stuff like this by the omission of Debra Granik for her direction of Best Picture nominee Winter's Bone.

    Scott Mendelson: Mostly Good News: Random Thoughts on the Oscar Nominations


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