a medicine for sorrow, literally an anti-depressant, a "drug of forgetfulness" mentioned in ancient Greek literature

a medicine for sorrow, literally an anti-depressant, a "drug of forgetfulness" mentioned in ancient Greek literature

(of a person) in a very unhappy or unfortunate state. "I felt so wretched because I thought I might never see you again" synonyms:	miserable, unhappy, sad, broken-hearted, heartbroken, grief-stricken, grieving, sorrowful, sorrowing, mourning, anguished, distressed, desolate, devastated, despairing, inconsolable, disconsolate, downcast, down, downhearted, dejected, crestfallen, cheerless, depressed, melancholy, morose, gloomy, glum, mournful, doleful, dismal, forlorn, woeful, woebegone…

(of a person) in a very unhappy or unfortunate state. "I felt so wretched because I thought I might never see you again" synonyms: miserable, unhappy, sad, broken-hearted, heartbroken, grief-stricken, grieving, sorrowful, sorrowing, mourning, anguished, distressed, desolate, devastated, despairing, inconsolable, disconsolate, downcast, down, downhearted, dejected, crestfallen, cheerless, depressed, melancholy, morose, gloomy, glum, mournful, doleful, dismal, forlorn, woeful, woebegone…

a general feeling of discomfort, illness, or uneasiness whose exact cause is difficult to identify. "a society afflicted by a deep cultural malaise" synonyms:	unhappiness, uneasiness, unease, discomfort, melancholy, depression, despondency, dejection, angst, ennui;

a general feeling of discomfort, illness, or uneasiness whose exact cause is difficult to identify. "a society afflicted by a deep cultural malaise" synonyms: unhappiness, uneasiness, unease, discomfort, melancholy, depression, despondency, dejection, angst, ennui;

(of a person) in a very unhappy or unfortunate state. "I felt so wretched because I thought I might never see you again" synonyms:	miserable, unhappy, sad, broken-hearted, heartbroken, grief-stricken, grieving, sorrowful, sorrowing, mourning, anguished, distressed, desolate, devastated, despairing, inconsolable, disconsolate, downcast, down, downhearted, dejected, crestfallen, cheerless, depressed, melancholy, morose, gloomy, glum, mournful, doleful, dismal, forlorn, woeful, woebegone…

(of a person) in a very unhappy or unfortunate state. "I felt so wretched because I thought I might never see you again" synonyms: miserable, unhappy, sad, broken-hearted, heartbroken, grief-stricken, grieving, sorrowful, sorrowing, mourning, anguished, distressed, desolate, devastated, despairing, inconsolable, disconsolate, downcast, down, downhearted, dejected, crestfallen, cheerless, depressed, melancholy, morose, gloomy, glum, mournful, doleful, dismal, forlorn, woeful, woebegone…

An illustration with the words happy, glad, delighted, ecstatic, joyful, elated and an illustration with the words sad, despairing, heartbroken, dismal, down, melancholy and blue for concept of synonyms, opposite, typography

An illustration with the words happy, glad, delighted, ecstatic, joyful, elated and an illustration with the words sad, despairing, heartbroken, dismal, down, melancholy and blue for concept of synonyms, opposite, typography

Sad but true. Some people need to really think about how they treat others. Deliberate neglect is one of the worst things that someone can do, and it's certainly one of the worst things that can happen to another human being. It's a wise idea to reach out with any iota of love you can muster, even if it kills you to do so. Being there will always pay off in the end. Do your best to make sure your loved ones are not alone.

Sad but true. Some people need to really think about how they treat others. Deliberate neglect is one of the worst things that someone can do, and it's certainly one of the worst things that can happen to another human being. It's a wise idea to reach out with any iota of love you can muster, even if it kills you to do so. Being there will always pay off in the end. Do your best to make sure your loved ones are not alone.

oh' darling! why so glum? looking or feeling dejected; morose. "the princess looked glum but later cheered up" synonyms:	gloomy, downcast, downhearted, dejected, disconsolate, dispirited, despondent, crestfallen, cast down, depressed, disappointed, disheartened, discouraged, demoralized, desolate, heavy-hearted, in low spirits, low-spirited, sad, unhappy, doleful, melancholy, miserable, woebegone, mournful, forlorn, long-faced, fed up, in the doldrums, wretched, lugubrious, morose…

oh' darling! why so glum? looking or feeling dejected; morose. "the princess looked glum but later cheered up" synonyms: gloomy, downcast, downhearted, dejected, disconsolate, dispirited, despondent, crestfallen, cast down, depressed, disappointed, disheartened, discouraged, demoralized, desolate, heavy-hearted, in low spirits, low-spirited, sad, unhappy, doleful, melancholy, miserable, woebegone, mournful, forlorn, long-faced, fed up, in the doldrums, wretched, lugubrious, morose…

Sepulchral:  adjective. Of or relating to a tomb or interment:  "sepulchral monuments" •gloomy; dismal:  "a speech delivered in sepulchral tones" synonyms: gloomy · lugubrious · somber · melancholy ·  More antonyms: cheerful

Sepulchral: adjective. Of or relating to a tomb or interment: "sepulchral monuments" •gloomy; dismal: "a speech delivered in sepulchral tones" synonyms: gloomy · lugubrious · somber · melancholy · More antonyms: cheerful

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