Synonyms and Antonyms

What is the synonym of miserable?


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2012-08-23 19:54:48
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sad, morose, depressed

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miserable, evil, offensive.

Antonyms for miserable would include happy, joyful, delighted, content. Synonyms for miserable would include unhappy, depressed, dejected, wretched.

Wretched, miserable, hopeless, pathetic, pitiful are all synonyms for abject

unhappy, pitiful, tragic, miserable, lonely, lost, helpless, inconsolable, fruitless, deserted, cheerless, alone, hopeless

Why do you look so miserable? I feel too miserable to be happy. She stared at his miserable looking face.

The comparative form for the adjective miserable is more miserable; the superlative form is most miserable.

It was a miserable failure.He gave her a miserable look.Stop being so miserable.

miserable means unhappy

"Miserable" in Spanish is the same as in English: miserable; however, it is pronounced differently.

Our team lost because we put in a miserable showing of our talents. You look miserable!

Miserable does not have a tense because it is not a verb. Only verbs have tenses, and miserable is an adjective.

The word miserable is an adjective. It describes someone in a state of misery.Miserable is an adjective.

`are you sure that you want to make someone's life miserable????? God hasen't gave you any right to make someone's life miserable. Before you make anyone's life miserable, HE will make your life miserable..... Answer You don't. Simple as that.

The Miserable Mill has 194 pages.

Bandicoots are not thought to be miserable creatures.

"Miserable"The abstract non for miser is miserable.

The correct way to spell "miserable" is just how I spelled it. M-i-s-e-r-a-b-l-e.

Miserable is an adjective, and placate is a verb, so they are not antonyms.

exile from what? miserable as when? garbage in, garbage out.

"I was miserable when I herd that my brother got hurt"

The Miserable Mill was created on 2000-04-15.

There are many possible synonyms including (just with D) dejected, despondent, disconsolate, dismal, dispirited, doleful, dolorous, downbeat, downhearted, downcast, down and out, and down in the dumps. Also: sad, miserable, glum, gloomy, unhappy, funereal, lachrymose, lugubrious, mirthless, miserable, moody, mournful, somber, sorrowful, wistful, woebegone, or woeful.

well you should talk with him. say to him i have been miserable and talk about that. but maybe you are not right for each other. maybe even if you don't know it you could be miserable with him. makes sure he knows that you don't want him to be miserable. that's my advice. talk it over.

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