She felt miserable.
1. She's miserable living on her own. 2. Miserable weather. / What a miserable existence! How could anyone live in such awful conditions? / 3. The book was a miserable failure.
but most mohandas's work was in Ollivant's court and he felt miserable and helpless
So long as men worship the Caesars and Napoleons, Caesars and Napoleons will duly rise and make them miserable.
She was looking miserable sitting in the middle of this snowstorm, so I threw a small coin at her.
It's absolutely miserable outside; cold, wet rain is no good for drinking beer on the plaza with your friends.
Those who have given themselves the most concern about the happiness of people have made their friends very miserable.
I had tried to avoid thinking that as much as possible but as soon as I faced it I started to feel miserable.
miserable weather; When I'm feeling miserable I go shopping and spoil myself - a couple of new dresses always make me feel better.
The definition of miserable is someone or something that is unhappy, suffering or in a condition of misery, or something that is bad or inferior.
Let's face it – travelling by car or by public transport can be really miserable!
You are miserable coz you don't have money but you have something you can't buy- a family. Appreciate this.
"I don't want to make him miserable, I want to put him on his guard!" retorted Mr. Weasley.
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She looks unhappy.
Tom's third marriage was unhappy and he was considering yet another divorce.
In his autobiography, he repeatedly refers to his unhappy school days.
Tom didn't know how unhappy Mary was.
I'd like to know why you're unhappy.
Trying to find happiness only makes you unhappy.
I was very unhappy and didn't know what to do.
Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
i'm unhappy when people get hurt
Men who are unhappy, like men who sleep badly, are always proud of the fact.
If you're unhappy with your private life, I suggest you register on Facebook. It's the best way to get rid of it.
Hot weather doesn’t just mean that people feel a little unhappy.
Barbara had a very unhappy childhood.
His unhappy childhood affected his outlook on life.
When two people are forced into a marriage of convenience, they will be an unhappy, bickering couple until the very end.
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Four is an unlucky number in Japanese.
That was an unlucky coincidence.
I'm so unlucky!
Do you know anyone who is particularly unlucky?
He's unlucky to a pitiful extent.
If you throw something like that down, if someone's unlucky enough to be hit they'll be injured.
I'm not cut out for gambling. Maybe I'm just unlucky, but working for my pay is more of a sure thing.
Apart from being unlucky enough to get ALS, I have been fortunate in almost every other respect.
We were unlucky not to win any prizes in the competition.
He was unlucky not to score a goal.
He has been really unlucky with his career.
We were really unlucky. We missed the flight by five minutes
he's very unlucky because he lost his mobile phone.
I was really unlucky because I broke my leg during the match
You were unlucky; I came back five minutes after you'd left.
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I picked a most unfortunate time to visit him.
She sympathized with those unfortunate people.
It was unfortunate that it rained yesterday.
I haven't been back here since that unfortunate incident.
This is unfortunate.
A very unfortunate case came to our attention several years ago.
That was an unfortunate coincidence.
It's unfortunate you couldn't be at the party.
It's really unfortunate. You don't understand at all its essence.
Due to a number of unfortunate causes, one-parent families are on the increase.
Advocates of capitalism are very apt to appeal to the sacred principles of liberty, which are embodied in one maxim: The fortunate must not be restrained in the exercise of tyranny over the unfortunate.
I feel it unfortunate that there is little of this kind of humble attitude amongst Japanese debaters.
It is so unfortunate that you broke your leg just before the competition.
if you say that someone is unfortunate, you mean that something bad has happened to them, although it was not their fault
Roger Ascham one day paying a visit to the amiable but unfortunate Lady Jane Grey found her employed in reading Plato while the rest of the family were engaged in a hunting party in the park.
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You look wretched—what's wrong?
The slums were filled with poor, wretched children. I don't know what's wrong with her, but she looks wretched.
I was shocked to see their wretched living conditions
Many of Charles Dickens’ works reflect his own wretched early life.
flu makes you feel wretched
Unfortunately, their living conditions are still wretched.
The lost dog looked wretched when we found it, but we soon nursed him back to health.
The people live in wretched conditions, with no running water.
The wretched, nervous, ill-fated crewman had vanished.
These wretched people had seen their homes going up in flames. 2. Reality started to hit about four months after we had bought the wretched place 3. I feel really confused and wretched. 4. What a wretched excuse.
He lived a wretched life when young.
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a hapless coincidence
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7. down in the dumps
Alex is down in the dumps when he fails the exam.
You look a bit down in the dumps. Are you OK?"
Don't be so down in the dumps, you're going on holiday tomorrow!
When my husband is away i feel down in the dumps
You must have noticed she's been down in the dumps lately.
Angļu vārds "nieszczęśliwy"(down in the dumps) notiek komplektos:hapiness and sadness