Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de miserable

(adjetivo) 
Definition
unhappy or depressed
She went to bed, miserable and depressed.
Sinónimos
sad
The loss left me feeling sad and empty.
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down
The old man sounded really down.
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low
`I didn't ask for this job, you know,' he tells friends when he is low.
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depressed
He seemed somewhat depressed.
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gloomy
He is gloomy about the fate of the economy.
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dismal
You can't occupy yourself with dismal thoughts all the time.
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afflicted
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melancholy
It was at this time of day that I felt most melancholy.
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heartbroken
I was heartbroken when you left.
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desolate
I was desolate without her.
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forlorn
He looked a forlorn figure as he limped off.
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mournful
He looked mournful, even near to tears.
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dejected
Everyone has days when they feel dejected or down.
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broken-hearted
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despondent
He often felt despondent after these meetings.
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downcast
a glum, downcast expression
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sorrowful
His father's face looked suddenly soft and sorrowful.
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wretched
The wretched look on the dog's face melted his heart.
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disconsolate
He was looking increasingly disconsolate.
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crestfallen
He looked crestfallen when he failed the exam.
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doleful
He stared over his glasses with a doleful look.
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down in the dumps (informal)
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woebegone
She sniffed and looked quite woebegone.
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down in the mouth (informal)
Antónimos
(adjetivo) 
Definition
sordid or squalid
There was nothing in this miserable place to distract him.
Sinónimos
dreary
a dreary little town in the Midwest
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bleak
The immediate outlook remains bleak.
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desolate
a desolate, barren place
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depressing
the depressing thought of his mother's death
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dismal
The main part of the hospital is pretty dismal.
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shabby
a rather shabby Naples hotel
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vile
a vile and despicable crime
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unhappy
Her boss is horrible and she is desperately unhappy.
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seedy
a seedy hotel
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sordid
the attic windows of their sordid little rooms
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squalid
The migrants have been living in squalid conditions.
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wretched
What a wretched excuse!
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cheerless
The kitchen was a dank and cheerless room.
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godforsaken
I don't want to stay in this God-forsaken country.
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scungy (Australian, New Zealand)
He was living in some scungy flat on the outskirts of town.
(adjetivo) 
Definition
causing misery or discomfort
a grey, wet, miserable day
Sinónimos
unpleasant
They tolerated what they felt was an unpleasant situation.
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wet
It was a miserable wet day.
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rainy
a rainy night
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rotten (informal)
You rotten swine!
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dreich (Scottish)
(adjetivo) 
Definition
unhappy or depressed
He always was a miserable man. He never spoke to anyone.
Sinónimos
sullen
The offenders lapsed into a sullen silence.
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sour
He was a sour and lonely man.
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moody
Don't go all moody on me!
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grumpy
I'm always grumpy in the morning.
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sombre
The pair were in sombre mood.
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bad-tempered
a crusty, bad-tempered, ill-humoured character
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glum
What are you both looking so glum about?
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surly
He behaves in a surly and rude manner towards me.
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sulky
a sulky adolescent
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ill-tempered
You sound like an ill-tempered child.
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lugubrious
He plays it so slowly that it becomes lugubrious.
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cantankerous
You're just a cantankerous so-and-so.
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grouchy
Grandfather is a grouchy old so-and-so.
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peevish
Lack of sleep always made him peevish.
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saturnine
He is a saturnine man who speaks with precision and pedantic care.
(adjetivo) 
Definition
mean or ungenerous
They have so far accepted only a miserable 1,100 refugees.
Sinónimos
pathetic
That's the most pathetic excuse I've ever heard.
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low
That was a really low trick.
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sorry
She is in a sorry state.
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disgraceful
I complained about his disgraceful behaviour.
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mean
Upstaging the bride was a particularly mean trick.
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shameful
It is a shameful state of affairs.
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shabby
It was hard to know why the man deserved such shabby treatment.
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abject
Both of them suffered abject poverty.
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despicable
He said it was a despicable crime.
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deplorable
Many of them work under deplorable conditions.
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lamentable
He admitted he was partly to blame for England's lamentable performance.
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contemptible
Her husband is a contemptible little man.
It was an utterly contemptible thing to do.
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scurvy (old-fashioned)
It was a scurvy trick to play.
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pitiable
Her grandmother seemed to her a pitiable figure.
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piteous
a piteous sight
Antónimos

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of abject
Definition
utterly miserable
Both of them suffered abject poverty.
in the sense of bad-tempered
a crusty, bad-tempered, ill-humoured character
Sinónimos
grumbling,
snarling,
ratty (British, New Zealand, informal),
tooshie (Australian, slang),
chippy (informal),
grouchy (informal),
dyspeptic,
crotchety (informal),
oversensitive,
snappish,
narky (British, slang),
out of humour
in the sense of bleak
Definition
offering little hope
The immediate outlook remains bleak.

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Life on the edge
The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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