Definitions for wretchrɛtʃ
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performs some wicked deed
poor devil, wretch(noun)
someone you feel sorry for
An unhappy, unfortunate, or miserable person.
An unpleasant, annoying person.
Origin: From wrecca.
a miserable person; one profoundly unhappy
one sunk in vice or degradation; a base, despicable person; a vile knave; as, a profligate wretch
Origin: [OE. wrecche, AS. wrecca, wrcca, an exile, a wretch, fr. wrecan to drive out, punish; properly, an exile, one driven out, akin to AS. wrc an exile, OS. wrekkio a stranger, OHG. reccheo an exile. See Wreak, v. t.]
Wretch is the first full-length album by American heavy metal band Kyuss. It was released in September 1991, on Dali Records. Previously billed as Sons of Kyuss, the band shortened their name prior to the release of this album. The album is notable for its distinctive sound, though this is not necessarily a positive; its production has been criticized and the album has been described as a poor representation of the band's sound.
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It is the mind that maketh good or ill, that maketh wretch or happy, rich or poor.
Excellent wretch Perdition catch my soul, But I do love thee and when I love thee not, Chaos is come again.
Excellent wretch! Perdition catch my soul,
But I do love thee! and when I love thee not,
Chaos is come again.
The wretch who digs the mine for bread, or ploughs, that others may be fed, feels less fatigued than that decreed to him who cannot think or read.
If a civil word or two will render a man happy, he must be a wretch, indeed who will not give them to him. Such a disposition is like lighting another man's candle by one's own, which loses none of its brilliancy by what the other gains.
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