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1(look/cry) de desesperación(attempt) desesperadohis despairing mother — su desconsolada madre
- Charlie collapsed in a chair, giving a despairing little sigh.
- She gave no answer to my reproaches, save to gaze at me with a sort of wild, despairing look in her eyes.
- About three of their forwards scrambled the ball past our despairing goalie.
- Coady creates grace in even the most despairing moments.
- Ironically, the despairing quest of the Solitary has been validated by her Companion.
- Dada took its momentum from this fractured, despairing kind of environment.
- Politicians have been warned repeatedly that overpopulated prisons cannot deal adequately with depressed, despairing inmates.
- From this despairing state Wittgenstein was rescued by two developments.
- His despairing family thought that he had ceased to live.
- Upon waking, he realized he was in the same frustrated and despairing state once again.
- I hear a collective gasp of anguish and witness a row of black-haired heads drop into despairing hands.
- Some people have given up and reached various despairing conclusions.
- This is a darker, more despairing film than the other two.
- The adventure had a final despairing twist.
- It is now time for local and central government to listen to its despairing critics.
- In such a despairing context, what is the young Palestinian to do?
- Something earth-shaking must have transformed the despairing disciples.
- It is a bleak, despairing admission.
- Who would present this groundbreaking initiative to a despairing public?
- On his way to Damascus, Maritain was knocked off his despairing pretensions and turned toward sainthood.
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