Sinónimos de woeful
extremely sadthose woeful people to whom life had dealt a bad hand
The wretched look on the dog's face melted his heart.
The loss left me feeling sad and empty.
Her boss is horrible and she is desperately unhappy.
There was nothing in this miserable place to distract him.
gloomy, , , , ,
He is gloomy about the fate of the economy.
It was the most pitiful sight I had ever seen.
She let out an anguished cry.
He was looking increasingly disconsolate.
extremely sada woeful ballad about lost love
the sad news of the destruction of a historic building
the distressing symptoms of anxiety
She is a tragic figure.
She went to bed, miserable and depressed.
You can't occupy yourself with dismal thoughts all the time.
It was a pathetic sight, watching the people queue for food.
harrowing pictures of the children who had been murdered
one of the most heartbreaking letters I have ever received
the mournful wail of bagpipes
Her voice was small and plaintive.
heart-rending pictures of refugees
His father's face looked suddenly soft and sorrowful.
He stared over his glasses with a doleful look.
a piteous sight
pitiful or deplorablethe team's recent woeful performance
Many of them work as farm labourers for pitiful wages.
He was raised in the mean streets of the central market district.
Many old people are living in bad housing.
I feel sorry for that poor child.
I must have been in a shocking state last night.
She is in a sorry state.
The response to the appeal was disappointing.
She admits her French is terrible.
Even if the weather's awful there's still lots to do.
They have been living under the most appalling conditions.
the recent, disastrous earthquake
They told us the dreadful news.
They have so far accepted only a miserable 1,100 refugees.
I thought it was a rotten idea.
That's the most pathetic excuse I've ever heard.
duff (British, informal), , ,
The menu is limited and the food is lousy.
Their loss would be a grievous blow to our engineering industries.
Many of them work under deplorable conditions.
The general standard was abysmal.
He admitted he was partly to blame for England's lamentable performance.
a calamitous air crash
What a wretched excuse!
Her grandmother seemed to her a pitiable figure.
not much cop (British, slang)
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in the sense of abysmal
extremely badThe general standard was abysmal.
in the sense of anguished
feeling or showing great mental painShe let out an anguished cry.
in the sense of appalling
causing dismay, horror, or revulsionThey have been living under the most appalling conditions.
hellacious (US, slang),
from hell (informal)
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