sadness

  • 1Sadness — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Sadness es un videojuego en desarrollo por la compañía polaca Nibris para la consola de nueva generación Wii. De acuerdo con Piort Orlovosky líder de Nibris, “El guión tendrá asociación con la narcolepsia, nictofobia …

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  • 2Sadness — Développeur Nibris Date de sortie Inconnue Genre Survival horror Mode de jeu 1 joueur Plate forme Wii Média …

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  • 3Sadness — is an emotion characterized by feelings of disadvantage, loss, and helplessness. When sad, people often become quiet, less energetic, and withdrawn. Sadness is considered to be the opposite of happiness, and is similar to the emotions of sorrow,… …

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  • 4sadness — sadness, depression, melancholy, melancholia, dejection, gloom, blues, dumps are comparable when they mean a state of mind when one is unhappy or low spirited or an attack of low spirits. Sadness is the general term; apart from the context it… …

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  • 5Sadness — Sad ness, n. 1. Heaviness; firmness. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. Seriousness; gravity; discretion. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Her sadness and her benignity. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] 3. Quality of being sad, or unhappy; gloominess; sorrowfulness; dejection …

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  • 6sadness — index damper (depressant), distress (anguish) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 7sadness — (n.) early 14c., “seriousness,” from SAD (Cf. sad) + NESS (Cf. ness). Meaning “sorrowfulness” is early 16c., perhaps c.1400 …

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  • 8sadness — [n] unhappiness, depression anguish, blahs*, bleakness, blue devils*, blue funk*, broken heart*, bummer, cheerlessness, dejection, despondency, disconsolateness, dismals*, dispiritedness, distress, dolefulness, dolor, downcastness, downer*,… …

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  • 9sadness — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ deep, great, overwhelming, profound, real … OF SADNESS ▪ hint, tinge, touch …

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  • 10sadness — n. 1) to express; feel sadness 2) deep, profound sadness 3) sadness over * * * [ sædnɪs] feel sadness profound sadness deep to express sadnessover …

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  • 11sadness — sad|ness [ˈsædnıs] n [U] the state of feeling sad = ↑unhappiness great/deep sadness ▪ She sensed Beth s deep sadness. ▪ It was with great sadness that we learned of his death. ▪ There was a touch of sadness in his voice (=he sounded a little sad) …

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  • 12sadness — sad|ness [ sædnəs ] noun singular or uncount * a feeling of being unhappy, especially because something bad has happened: Joan s childhood was filled with pain and sadness. There was a sadness about him that we never really understood. great/deep …

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  • 13sadness */ — UK [ˈsædnəs] / US noun [singular/uncountable] a feeling of being unhappy, especially because something bad has happened Joan s childhood was filled with pain and sadness. There was a sadness about him that we never really understood. great/deep… …

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  • 14sadness — [ˈsædnəs] noun [U] the feeling of being unhappy Joan s childhood was filled with pain and sadness.[/ex] It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Wilfred White.[/ex] …

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  • 15sadness — noun a) The state or emotion of being sad. She has experienced many sadnesses in her forty years. b) An event in ones life that causes sadness. Syn: forlornness, melancholy …

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  • 16sadness — noun our sadness cannot be measured Syn: unhappiness, sorrow, dejection, depression, misery, despondency, despair, desolation, wretchedness, gloom, gloominess, dolefulness, melancholy, mournfulness, woe, heartache, grief; informal the blues …

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  • 17sadness — sad ► ADJECTIVE (sadder, saddest) 1) feeling sorrow; unhappy. 2) causing or characterized by sorrow or regret. 3) informal pathetically inadequate or unfashionable. DERIVATIVES sadness noun. ORIGIN Old En …

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  • 18sadness — noun 1. emotions experienced when not in a state of well being (Freq. 2) • Syn: ↑unhappiness • Ant: ↑happiness • Derivationally related forms: ↑unhappy (for: ↑ …

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  • 19sadness — noun see sad …

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  • 20sadness — See sadly. * * * …

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