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He sank back in his chair with a groan, and covered his face.
I could hear them creak and groan under the pressure, as they went by.
Pickering endeavored to raise himself in the bed, but sank back with a groan.
And from this group in their agony rose no groan, no complaint.
Fritz looked, and a smothered exclamation, almost like a groan, broke from him.
“Harpy it might have been, but happy it was not,” he answered with a groan.
A groan broke from the twitching lips before him, and a heavy sweat stood out on the round, rolling forehead.
She sank with a groan into a chair, and body and spirit alike succumbed.
No sooner had Mr. Kung beheld this lovely creature than he quite forgot to groan, and began to brighten up.
A groan, a whispered colloquy, then the rattle of bolt and chain.
groan O.E. granian "to groan, murmur," from P.Gmc. *grain-, of imitative origin, or related to grin (cf. O.N. grenja "to howl").