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experiencing or marked by or causing sadness or sorrow or discontent

generalized feeling of distress

causing discomfort

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marked by or producing unhappiness

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Phase 1b (happier-than/unhappier-than training and testing)--Cue 1 and Cue 2 were established as happier-than and unhappier-than cues, respectively, through selection of relatively happier faces reinforced in the presence of Cue 1 and selection of relatively unhappier faces reinforced in the presence of Cue 2 only for the Experimental group.
University students are unhappier with their degree courses than they were a year ago, a major survey has revealed.
The unhappier we get the more we shop; the more we shop the unhappier we get--the only therapy is the retail variety.
The energy you give off is the energy you get back and the more negative it is, the unhappier your life will be.
But state legislators are already considering changes that could make many in the industry unhappier.
In other words, as Deaton noted, the degree to which aging makes you unhappier is to some extent dependent on your country's average income.
Television replays suggest that O'Neill may be the unhappier of the two managers.
Even unhappier was Jack Doyle, handed a four-day suspension (March 25-28) for excessive use of the whip, while Mark O'Hare was banned for one day (March 25) for disobeying the starter.
Although we are manifestly less free that we ought to be and therefore poorer and unhappier than we need to be, no sort of state activity fails to benefit some wealthy or well-connected interest group, and such groups are increasingly effective in using their contracts with government and their influence over the mass media to shut off debate on alternatives.
After the video incident, Mr Collins said his wife became unhappier in her job and was being victimised.
The finding that drew the most headlines was that after divorce, men feel unhappier than women.
Instead, it was a rerouting to Medford, with one passenger much unhappier with that development than Whitehead.
But Connolly would have been the unhappier of the two managers in the dressing room as for all his side's possession they rarely threatened.
The more you think or talk about the people and situations that make you angry or unhappy, the angrier and unhappier you become.
Should they reach the world's outlaws as widely and easily as have the dangerous detritus of post-war Yugoslavia, the world will be an unhappier and more dangerous place than it is today.