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Synonyms for woe

Synonyms for woe

a state of prolonged anguish and privation

a cause of suffering or harm

Synonyms for woe

misery resulting from affliction

intense mournfulness

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DRAGON QUEST HEROES: The World Tree's Woes and the Blight Below (c) 2015 ARMOR PROJECT/BIRD STUDIO/KOEI TECMO GAMES/SQUARE ENIX All Rights Reserved.
The proposed transaction consists of a senior loan for of up to US$20 million earmarked at financing SMEs, in particular WOE.
THIS weekend offers Brummies a unique opportunity to put aside our woes and join in a truly special celebration.
As the Iraq war reveals itself to be little more then an aggression of blatant ambitions, another woe debuts.
Woe from Wit was hailed as a masterpiece by no less than Pushkin, who predicted that half its lines would end up as proverbs.
Created with a rear-screen optical printer and mattes cut out of construction paper, A Man Whose Life Was Full of Woe has a rough, ecstatic collage quality.
as a neighing The stature roams, moon-like, songs and night The woe from travelling, oh my soul, all the woe (lines 1-5)
If Wednesday's day was full of woe, it was little better for the rest of Yorkshire's Premiership contingent.
The ratings of WOE reflect its supportive risk-adjusted capitalisation and its legal right to make supplementary calls to its members, as well as its good business profile, which benefits from its membership in the International Group of P&I Clubs (International Group).
IT WAS another day of woe for Lewis Hamilton as hopes of a podium in a competitive McLaren were wrecked at the first corner.
Baggies love you more than you will know, woe, woe, woe
But retail giant Marks & Spencer was the biggest faller as its week of woe continued.
Then in darkness when we open our bag of woe The jars would be there just to make sure, That we could still make our own choice; Balance the scales Cry or rejoice I feel there is no choice for me The scales won't balance You see.
NEW YORK, June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Just as Eats, Shoots & Leaves has convinced us that punctuation matters, WOE IS I The Grammarphobe's Guide to Better English in Plain English has inspired a generation of Americans to stand up for good grammar.
Hard was thy Fate, which, while it doom'd to woe, Denied thee wisdom to support the blow; And robb'd of all its energy thy mind, Ere yet it cast thee on thy fellow-Kind, Abject of thought, the victim of distress, To wander in the world's wide wilderness.