woe

  • 1 Woe, Is Me — Woe, Is Me …

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  • 2 Woe — Woe, n. [OE. wo, wa, woo, AS. w[=a], interj.; akin to D. wee, OS. & OHG. w[=e], G. weh, Icel. vei, Dan. vee, Sw. ve, Goth. wai; cf. L. vae, Gr. ?. [root]128. Cf. {Wail}.] [Formerly written also {wo}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Grief; sorrow; misery;… …

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  • 3 woe is me — (archaic) 1. Unhappy that I am! 2. Cursed am I • • • Main Entry: ↑woe * * * woe is me humorous phrase used for emphasizing that you are unhappy or have a problem Thesaurus: ways of saying you are sorry or regret something …

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  • 4 woe — woe·be·gone; woe·be·gone·ness; woe·ful; woe·ful·ly; woe·ful·ness; woe; …

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  • 5 Woe — Woe, a. Woeful; sorrowful. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] His clerk was woe to do that deed. Robert of Brunne. [1913 Webster] Woe was this knight and sorrowfully he sighed. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] And looking up he waxed wondrous woe. Spenser. [1913… …

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  • 6 woe — [ wou ] noun 1. ) woes plural FORMAL problems and worries: economic/financial/political woes to add to someone s woes: To add to their woes, farmers are expecting a wet summer. 2. ) uncount LITERARY a strong feeling of sadness: tales of great woe …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 7 woe — ► NOUN literary 1) great sorrow or distress. 2) (woes) troubles. ● woe betide someone Cf. ↑woe betide someone ● woe is me! Cf. ↑woe is me! …

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  • 8 woe to — (or woe betide) old fashioned used as a warning that there will be trouble if someone does something specified Woe betide anyone who enters here! [=anyone who enters here will be harmed] Woe to any student who is late for her class. [=any student …

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  • 9 Woe — may refer to:*Sadness or suffering *Woe, Ghana, a town in Ghana s Volta region *Woe (song), by the band Say Anything *War of Emperium, a guild war in the MMORPG Ragnarok Online *Woe, a raiding guild in the MMORPG World of Warcraft * Wings Over… …

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  • 10 woe — [wəu US wou] n [: Old English; Origin: wa] 1.) woes [plural] formal the problems and troubles affecting someone ▪ the country s economic woes 2.) [U] literary great sadness 3.) woe is me …

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  • 11 Woe, Is Me — Datos generales Origen Atlanta, Georgia …

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  • 12 woe is me! — ► woe is me! humorous an exclamation of sorrow or distress. Main Entry: ↑woe …

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  • 13 woe — [wō] n. [ME wo < OE wa, woe < IE interj. * wai > ON væ, Goth wai, Welsh gwae, L vae] 1. great sorrow; grief; misery 2. a cause of sorrow; affliction; trouble interj. alas …

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  • 15 Woe, Is Me — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Post Hardcore, Metalcore, Rock Gründung 2009 Website http://www.woeisoffi …

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  • 16 woe — index disaster, distress (anguish), pain, plaint, tragedy Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 17 woe — O.E. wa, a common exclamation of lament in many languages (Cf. L. væ, Gk. oa, Ger. weh, Lettish wai, O.Ir. fe, Welsh gwae, Armenian vay). The noun is attested from late 12c., from the interjection …

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  • 18 woe — grief, anguish, heartache, heartbreak, *sorrow, regret Analogous words: *distress, suffering, misery, agony, dolor: lamenting, bewailing, bemoaning, deploring (see DEPLORE) Contrasted words: *happiness, bliss, felicity …

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  • 19 woe is me — This means that you are sad or in a difficult situation. It s archaic, but still used …

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  • 20 woe — [n] suffering adversity, affliction, agony, anguish, bemoaning, blues*, burden, calamity, care, cataclysm, catastrophe, curse, dejection, deploring, depression, disaster, distress, dole, drag, gloom, grief, grieving, hardship, headache*,… …

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