miserableness


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Synonyms for miserableness

a state of ill-being due to affliction or misfortune

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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.
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.
Despite its miserableness, the natural condition is also one of fundamental equality and unlimited freedom, though not in the familiar senses since Hobbes grounds natural freedom and equality not in justice, which he subsequently explains applies only within political society, but in its absence.
These concerts - by the man who gave RS Thomas a run for his money in the miserableness stakes (in fact the man who beat RS hands down in the world of never smiling) - are not coming to Wales.
A clearly difficult filly, an unfashionable jockey and a small scale jumps trainer eclipsed the mega-monied magnates to win a classic and you would have to be a git of hitherto unmatched miserableness not to enjoy the moment.