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Synonyms for heartbreaking

Synonyms for heartbreaking

causing or marked by grief or anguish

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She announced her condition by a long, heartbreaking wolf howl that sent every dog bristling with fear, then sprang straight for Buck.
Even if we had the means of paying all the law expenses, even if we succeeded in the end, the delays would be unendurable, the perpetual suspense, after what we have suffered already, would be heartbreaking.
Now Katy, from Aldridge, has launched an eleventhhou"It's heartbreaking.
She said: "It was heartbreaking to watch the elderly priests and parishioners be withered with a callous response, some of whom were visibly upset.
Mary Liddell Hutton wrote: "This is so tragic and heartbreaking.
The executive producer added that apart from heartbreaking the midseason finale is also "kicka**.
Reyhaneh Jabbari's heartbreaking message Shortly after Reyhaneh's execution a heartbreaking voice message was released that was reportedly recorded in April by Jabbari: "I was charged with being indifferent in face of a crime.
It's both heartening and heartbreaking that 170 victims of child sex trafficking were rescued in the last week as part of an annual nationwide crackdown.
This is not just about her personal and heartbreaking story, it's a look at the care system today.
It was definitely kind of heartbreaking to not being able to bring a life to a character in which he had invested so much, he added.
And when they exploit dreams, that's heartbreaking.
They are heartbreaking," the woman's mother told XPRESS on Tuesday, a day after she had undergone brain surgery.
This has been a long, hard season and to lose one game of football at the end of it would be heartbreaking.
Some of them have lost their parents and had horrendous experiences and it is remarkable what all these wonderful NGOs are doing to deal with this unbelievable and heartbreaking situation.