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Synonyms for the word “Sad”
Learning vocabulary is a very important part of learning a language. The more words you know, the more you will be able to understand what you hear and read; and the better you will be able to say what you want to when speaking or writing.
Today I am sharing synonyms for the word SAD
Sorrowful, dejected, depressed, downcast, miserable, downhearted, melancholy, melancholic, gloomy, glum, dismal, traumatic, heart – rendering, somber, grief-stricken, heavy heart, sick at heart
Dejected: I feel dejected because I am not able to play in my college cricket team.
He felt dejected after another company rejected his business proposal.
Sorrowful: She looks sorrowful and forlorn over the robbery in her house.
Gloomy: I was gloomy at the thought of what he had to face.
A gloomy silence
You can either be downcast by the bad news being given to you each time you turn on TV at news or you can chose to listen to good news.
I was downcast by the way he spoke to me today.
Disconsolate:The man was so disconsolate at the news that his job is finished.
Melancholy: I was feeling melancholy after my cat was run over by a car.
Sometimes I feel melancholy sometimes I feel happy.
Dismal: Today`s game was dismal.
I was hoping it would be a good day for a picnic, but the weather outlook is dismal.
My financial situation is dismal I might need to get a second job.
The winters in Canada this year was dismal.
Somber: When the kids returned from the game they were so somber that I could tell they had lost.
The somber,gloomy,dark cave looked scary.
Everyone was in a somber mood when our team lost from 3 wickets in final world cup.
Sick at heart: She was sick at heart over the illness of her cat.
I became sick at heart just looking at all the homeless children.
Heavy heart: He left her with a heavy heart, wondering if she would ever recover.