Definition of Miserables
1. miserable [n] - See also: miserable
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Literary usage of Miserables
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain (2000)
"“YELLOW-FACED miserables.” The passengers had an hour's recreation in a virgin wilderness, while the boat-hands chopped the bridge away; for there was no ..."
2. The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose edited by Henry Cabot Lodge, Francis Whiting Halsey (1909)
"... do not entirely agree with him in all his appreciations, has alone caught with his haughty eye the char- »Chapter XV of "Cosette," in "Le» miserables. ..."
3. Pickett and His Men by La Salle Corbell Pickett (1899)
""LEE'S miserables." As previously stated, the line from Howlett House on the James, opposite Dutch Gap Canal, across to Swift Creek and Fort Clifton on the ..."
4. A Bookman's Budget by Austin Dobson (1917)
"(Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary E. Coleridge, by Edith Sichel, 1910, 255.) 'LES miserables' ' I HAVE twice in my life, ten or twelve years apart, ..."