How could I not be Pained by this?
Dad is hurt and you are Pained?
His father had always been sad and Pained.
The lady felt Pained, as she had nothing to give.
I was tied up in knots and Pained within my heart;
I can't even say that I was hurt or Pained by it.
He isn't with me today & I'm personally very Pained by this.
Upon hearing this message, the King was extremely Pained and filled with wonder.
We are Pained to hear that some people are giving the order a communal colour.
She just could not understand how
Yuhuan could treat her this way and she felt extremely Pained.
But this time, instead of helping her, the guards beat her- symbolic of her Pained conscience.
It Pained him to be so close to Allura, and yet feel her so far from him.
Worms came into all of the food that she touched, and at this the priest was extremely Pained.
So why don't I feel happy at all,
but on the contrary I just feel more and more Pained?
I am deeply Pained and words are of no help in expressing the sorrow I feel at this moment.
She thought back over her two failed loves, and
the histrionic endings had left her feeling unusually hurt and Pained.
Telling that story, Bon Jovi looks Pained, probably because he hasn't told it before
and it's more personal than he would like.
But when I saw their heavy, Pained expressions and that the others' faces were also very somber,
I couldn't not believe it.
What parents need to remember at this point is that the
young person is just as scared and Pained as they are.
Haoyu had been playing the field and
yet she still felt hurt and Pained by that kind of man- how stupid she was!
Children learn to live with those rules, but they never stop being confused and Pained by them, for these rules block children's.
Rahul Gandhi in his condolence message said that he was Pained by the deaths in the accident and prayed for the speedy recovery of the injured.
And I was really Pained by what I saw because I thought to myself,"These poor fisherfolk,
how are they going to go about their daily activities with these restrictions.
He looked Pained at my protests
and proceeded to give me a lecture on how I was humiliating him by suggesting that his emotions for me were not genuine.
I related to their invisibility, which Pained me during my childhood but has become my greatest asset as an immersive documentarian, because
I can just fade into my empathy.
For these reasons, I am immensely worried and Pained that this temple of democracy is insulted very
often by the speech and deeds of a few people who sit inside the parliament.
The cardinal told us it Pained him to hear this,
and that he was not aware that the boy needed medical help- and if he had been asked, he would have immediately offered it.
Your friend trusts you to get him out of here,
but he's looking more Pained and concerned by the minute
and you're worried that if left alone for too long, he might go into shock.
Blaming geopolitics of oil, exchange rate fluctuations and local taxes for petrol and diesel prices touching a record high, he said the government is sensitive and will ensure that"poor,
middle class are not Pained".
As the Head of the Government I could have derived pleasure in the fact that everything started going on time, cleanliness got the
attention, but I was not taking pleasure, I was feeling Pained.