miserable

[adj] - very unhappy 2. [adj] - characterized by physical misery
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Miserable

Mis'er·a·ble adjective [ French misérable , Latin miserabilis , from miserari to lament, pity, from miser wretched. See Miser .] 1. Very unhappy; wretched. « What hopes delude thee, miserable man?» Dryden. 2. Causing...
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miserable

suffering adjective very unhappy; full of misery; `he felt depressed and miserable`; `a message of hope for suffering humanity`; `wretched prisoners huddled in stinking cages`
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Miserable

• (a.) Worthless; mean; despicable; as, a miserable fellow; a miserable dinner. • (a.) Causing unhappiness or misery. • (a.) Very unhappy; wretched. • (a.) Avaricious; niggardly; miserly. • (n.) A miserable person.
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miserable

miserable 1. Characterized by physical misery. 2. Contemptibly small in amount. 3. Deserving or inciting pity: 'We have too many miserable victims of the Iraq war.' 4. Of very poor quality or condition. 5. Causing or accompanied by discomfort, unpleasantness, or unhappiness. 6. Inadequate, often insultingly or embarrassingly inadequate, in qua...
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miserable

very unhappy
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