misery

  • 121misery loves company — Now predominantly current in the United States. Cf. mid 14th cent. L. gaudium est miseris socios habuisse penarum, it is a comfort to the wretched to have companions in woes; a 1349 R. ROLLE Meditations on Passion in C. Horstmann Yorkshire… …

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  • 122Misery (Somme) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Misery (homonymie). 49° 50′ 58″ N 2° 53′ 14″ E …

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  • 123misery index — An index that sums the unemployment and inflation rates, used as a political rating or measure of consumer confidence. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * misery index misery index ➔ index1 * * * misery index UK US noun [S] ECONOMICS ► a measure …

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  • 124Misery Kimberlite Complex — The Misery Kimberlite Complex is a diatreme cluster in the Northwest Territories, Canada. It was formed approximately 56 million years ago by several overlapping explosive eruptions and intrusions. All seem to have been structurally controlled by …

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  • 125Misery is a Butterfly — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Butterfly. Misery is a Butterfly Album par Blonde Redhead Sortie 23 mars 2004 Enregistrement …

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  • 126Misery Islands — The Misery Islands are an 87 acre (350,000 m2) nature reserve established in 1935 in Salem Sound, Salem, Massachusetts and is managed by the Trustees of Reservations. The islands name come from shipbuilder Robert Moulton who was stranded on the… …

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  • 127misery guts — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms misery guts : singular misery guts plural misery guts British informal someone who is never happy and is always complaining or in a bad mood …

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  • 128misery index — an unofficial indication of a nation s economic health, derived by adding the percentage rate of inflation to the percentage of unemployed workers: With inflation running at 15 percent and unemployment at 8 percent, the misery index is 23 percent …

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  • 129Misery Index — A measure of economic well being for a specified economy, computed by taking the sum of the unemployment rate and the inflation rate for a given period. An increasing index means a worsening economic climate for the economy in question, and vice… …

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  • 130Misery (groupe) — Iron Fire Iron Fire Le groupe actuel de Iron Fire Pays d’origine  Danemark Genre(s) Power Metal …

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  • 131misery index — an unofficial indication of a nation s economic health, derived by adding the percentage rate of inflation to the percentage of unemployed workers: With inflation running at 15 percent and unemployment at 8 percent, the misery index is 23 percent …

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  • 132misery guts —    A misery guts is a person who s always unhappy and tries to make others feel negative.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …

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  • 133misery loves company — sad people want to be with other sad people    On the door of the jail was this sign: Misery Loves Company …

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  • 134Misery loves company. — something that you say which means that people who are feeling sad usually want the people they are with to also feel sad. On a bad day, she isn t satisfied till the entire family is in tears. Misery loves company …

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  • 135Misery guts —   A misery guts is a person who s always unhappy and tries to make others feel negative …

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  • 136misery index — noun Date: 1975 the sum of the rate of unemployment and the rate of inflation used as an economic indicator …

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  • 137misery whip — noun A two man crosscut saw, often more than ten feet in length, used to fell large trees …

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  • 138Misery guts — constant complainer …

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  • 139misery guts — Australian Slang constant complainer …

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  • 140misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows — Meaning Origin From Shakespeare s The Tempest …

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