Woesome
Woesome \Woe"some\, a. Woeful. [Obs.] --Langhorne. [1913 Webster]

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  • woesome — /woh seuhm/, adj. Archaic. woeful. [1810 20; WOE + SOME1] * * * …   Universalium

  • woesome — adj. woeful, sorrowful, unhappy, wretched, despondent; tragic; pitiable; poor …   English contemporary dictionary

  • woesome — /woh seuhm/, adj. Archaic. woeful. [1810 20; WOE + SOME1] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Kievian Letter — The Kievian Letter is an early 10th century (or possibly 11th century) letter written by a Khazarian Jewish community in Kiev. The letter, a Hebrew language recommendation written on behalf of one member of their community, was part of an… …   Wikipedia

  • forlorn — adj 1. miserable, wretched, abject, pitiful, pitiable, piteous, pathetic, pathetical, woebegone, woeful, Archaic. woesome, Obs. baleful; desolate, dreary, Literary. drear, dismal, gloomy, lugubrious, funereal; depressed, dispirited, dejected,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • miserable — adj 1. forlorn, woeful or woful, woebegone, Archaic. woesome, Obs. baleful, heartsick, downhearted, broken hearted, heartbroken, crushed, broken, desolate, despairing; worried, anxious, afflicted, stricken, heavy laden; down, disconsolate,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • poignant — adj 1. sorrowful, doleful, mournful, grievous, tearful, woeful, woebegone, wretched, miserable, Archaic. woesome; heartbreaking, heartrending, crushing, distressing, upsetting; agonizing, tormenting, tortuous, excruciating, unbearable; lamentable …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • woebegone — adj 1. miserable, wretched, woeful, Archaic. woesome, forlorn, Obs. baleful, heartsick, downhearted, broken hearted, heartbroken, crushed, broken, desolate, despairing; worried, anxious, afflicted, stricken, heavy laden; down, disconsolate,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • woeful — adj 1. wretched, miserable, abject, Archaic. woesome, forlorn, Obs. baleful; bitter, dreary, Literary. drear, gloomy, harsh, severe, stark, oppressive, onerous; dreadful, grievous, tragic, ruinous, disastrous, calamitous, catastrophic; painful,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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