miserableness


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Synonyms for miserableness

a state of ill-being due to affliction or misfortune

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THANK goodness, amidst the dreich, dank, grey, miserableness that is snow, and in the post-festivity lack-of-fitness slump, that for half an hour, once a week, I can retreat to my bed, hide under my duvet and watch the glorious Miranda.
Foreigners call it British whingeing but I don't think whingeing does the unedifying miserableness of our national character justice.
quite Si HnQs Sixty years into her reign and Her Royal Miserableness is now 4-7 with Hills to surpass Queen Victoria's 63-year stint on the throne.
Straight through their helpless miserableness he pierced; the one sensational truth in him, transfixed like beetles all the speculative lies in them.
Among these is Verdenius's, which regards 'male and female' as "an aspect of the fundamental pair of contraries, Darkness and Light" (1964: 7), and Taran's, where commentary on B12 is limited to Parmenides' astronomical and anthropological (specifically psychological and physiological) theories (1965: 231-68); but neither of these scholars deal with the loathsomeness or miserableness of birth in 12.
Ray LaMontagne & The Pariah Dogs God Willin' And The Creek Don't Rise (out tomorrow) MUCH has been made of US singer Ray LaMontagne's "I can't smile, my face may crack" miserableness.