Miserable means wretchedly unhappy.
Gloomy, depressed, unhappy, blue
Unhappy is not a compound word. The word unhappy is a root word plus a prefix.
Another word for unhappy is sad.
the base word of unhappy is happy
whats the opposite of unhappy
"Unhappy" is an adjective.
The word dissatisfaction means that a person is not happy with the way things have turned out for them. Other words that would mean the same thing are unhappy, disappointed, or any other words that mean being unhappy.
Twice is a word that means two.
The word phalbians is clearly a misspelling. Unfortunately it is difficult to make out what it means.
· unbiased · unequaled · unfriendly · unhappy · unhealthy · uninteresting · unpleasant · unselfish · upbeat · useful · useless
Yes, the word 'unhappy' contains one prefix: 'Un-' Meaning 'the opposite of'.
yes unhappy is the opposite of thrilled.
sad, Dad, unhappy Pappy
Well unhappy itself is not a prefix but, unhappy has a prefix and that is "un" because, the word makes sense with out un in it and un turns happy into not happy so this word has a prefix you dumbhole.
The word "violent" is pretty mean.
The word is a monsoon.
The word disconsolately means without cheer, or very unhappy. The word in a sentence could be: "The losing team returned to their locker room disconsolately after the game."
The girl was terribly unhappy, but she was glowing with her deed too.
Adding a prefix to a word changes its meaning. How the meaning is changed depends on the meaning of the suffix. For example, the prefix un- means not. So, when it's added to happy to make unhappy, it means not happy.
Floccinaucinihilipilification is the longest word starting with F; it means the act of estimating something as worthless.
The word you seek is "CAREER" !
The root word is hap=chance.
adelante is in spanish :)
Morose means very sad and unhappy. An example of a sentence using the word could be, Anna was morose because her sister, Ella, would not play with her.
a word or letters placed in front of word to change the meaning of the word. EXAMPLE: the word "happy" means your feeling pleasure or content But if you add "un" to the beginning of happy it becomes "unhappy" which is the opposite of being happy.
Yes! the word "y" means "and" yate-yatch
There is a Spanish word, 'aguacate' that means 'avocado' in English.
The word starting with O that means working extra is overtime. It tends to be a word used when a person works over the expected hours. The pay is typically increased during this time.
This could be vague.
If out of mind means forgotten, the words could be abandoned or alone.
A word meaning left out that starts with O is omitted.
One word would be "immaculate" (spotlessly clean).
Another word for kindly beginning with 'b' is benevolent.
Words starting with L that mean clear are - lucid and limpid.
The adverb of the word unhappy is unhappily. An example sentence is "he unhappily walked down the street".
depressed, unhappy, dispirited
I am not happy nor am I unhappy.
Angry irritated unhappy
hoes ( but i dont know what it means)
Daft Dumb Dense
harmful, hateful or heinous
A three-letter word that means "exist" is almost always "are." See if it will work.
The Italian word bene means okay in the English language.
The word i believe you are a looking for is Hearth.
The word you are looking for is "ornamental."
sad, melancholic, dejected aggrieve
angry, upset, furious, unhappy
Unhappy, sad, down in spirit.