shrivel in Portugees
He thought that he shrivelled up before them.
The glare of the fire seemed to shrivel and grow pale in the impassive light of the sun. Running across the fields with the haste of desperation were shrieking women and children.
But by uttering them bound himself in some way to this shriveled husk.
He even yawned from agitation, which gave a very comic expression to his tiny shrivelled-up face.
He frowned angrily upon his thought and on the shrivelled mannikin who had called it forth.
He calls me crippled, but I am not, only my legs are swollen like barrels, and I am shrivelled up myself.
It positively makes me shrivel up, physically shrivel up, even in such places as a theatre, to say nothing of private houses.
Raisins are shrivelled grapes.
She held her own shrivelled arms towards the blaze, as though her short exposure to the night air had chilled her.
He prayed until all the sea anemones had shriveled and died as the ocean froze.