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Things wretch often describes (“wretch ________”)
art, devoid, heaven

Descriptive words:
poor, miserable, little, old, unhappy, ungrateful, unfortunate, vile, wicked, guilty, infamous, heartless, hearted, worthless, cruel, inhuman, selfish, drunken, horrid, perfidious, contemptible, mean, impious, pitiful, helpless, hardened, cowardly, sinful, despicable, forlorn, hapless, ignorant, sordid, stricken, mercenary, unlucky, unfeeling, insolent, abject, abominable, meanest, vilest, fond, poorest, weak, excellent, ugly, stupid, accursed, profane, sacrilegious, brutal, unworthy, shameless, luckless, impudent, odious, false, degraded, naked, veriest, looking, profligate, dirty, execrable, murderous, jealous, depraved, desperate, unprincipled, famished, needy, filthy, perjured, faithless, vulgar, foolish, doomed, unnatural, deceitful, ragged, thoughtless, dishonest, lonely, covetous, bloodthirsty, worst, mortal, sad, spirited, eyed, starved

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Book See wretch used in context: 8 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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