woebegone


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suffering from usually prolonged anguish

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worn and broken down by hard use

affected by or full of grief or woe

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In truth, as troubled as mass transit is, it isn't as woebegone as it was in the '70s.
There's no need for tourists to traverse several blocks and then a sprawling Niagara Street to access the woebegone promenade.
The history of Mississippi, noble and ignoble, joyful and woebegone, is intertwined with cotton, Gossypium hirsutum, a plant of the Mallow or Hibiscus family.
Having said that, we must act fast, smart and big in the transfer market." The match was Arsenal's final of a woebegone season: One that has seen them finish fifth in the league table, missing out on the Champions League after 20 years of playing in the European top flight.
The first time Jason and Laura O'Dell checked out a mouse-friendly, woebegone 1963 A-frame at the edge of Big Bear Lake, they swept their two young kids into their arms so they wouldn't touch anything.
The enchanting part to the plot goes, of course, to the prince and his lucky love interest, the woebegone Cinderella.
Now living in Twisp, Wash., Nobacon's solo work includes releasing the records "The Library Book of the World" and "Woebegone," as well as publishing the anarchist fairy tale "Three Dead Princes." Monday Morning Denial is the working-class folk duo of Kate Downing and Nathan Moore.
Dark figures landing in his place, Their wings outstretched, as if to dry, Though this seemed threatening just the same, He didn't leave at once so he would not lose face, But sought the bank and here, His posture woebegone, He stayed a while rather than up and fly, But now he's gone.
In Clover's Luck, Clover feels woebegone and chronically unlucky facing summer without her best friend, Emma, and her newly escaped parakeet.
She is just one of a disturbing number of frightened child brides emerging within the woebegone world of Syrian refugee camps.
That is, until the rest of the Peanuts gang decides to pitch in and decorate the woebegone tree.
A digital reproduction of Triumph of Homer hung in the stairwell of the Ludwig Muzeum in preface to "Absolute Beauty." Curated by Ekaterina Andreeva and Khlobystin, the exhibition-as-primer dedicated most of the main gallery to Novikov's own work, a series of smart tapestries like Apollo Trampling on the Black Square, 1990, green and gold brocade with a clipped image of Apollo Belvedere, perched atop the woebegone mascot of the Russian avant-garde; or Salome, 1992-93, sumptuous burgundy satin bearing a collage of what at the time was erroneously believed to be a photograph of Oscar Wilde in drag, with a portrait of Lord Alfred Bruce Douglas, the writer's lover.
His last album, his eleventh, is called Nothin' But Blood (Bloodshot Records 2014)and has tracks such as Alcohol Blues, Never Comin' Home, I'm Troubled, Around e Bend and When I Die, all of which would lead the casual observer to conclude that this here is a veteran road-warrior reminiscent of the old bluesman's woebegone struggle for survival.
His last album, his eleventh, is called Nothin' But Blood (Bloodshot Records 2014)and has tracks such as Alcohol Blues, Never Comin' Home, I'm Troubled, Around The Bend and When I Die, all of which would lead the casual observer to conclude that this here is a veteran road-warrior reminiscent of the old bluesman's woebegone struggle for survival.
Western media at the time painted the intervention as a classic blunderin a woebegone, faraway land.Nasser has "lavished ill-spared funds and fighting men on the backward, arid republic of Yemen," wrote Time in 1964.