[mahy-see-nuh s] /maɪˈsi nəs/
noun, Roman Legend.
a son of Aeolus who challenged the gods to a musical contest and was killed by them for his arrogance.
[mahy-zer] /ˈmaɪ zər/ noun 1. a person who lives in wretched circumstances in order to save and hoard money. 2. a stingy, avaricious person. 3. Obsolete. a wretched or unhappy person. noun, French L’Avare 1. a comedy (1668) by Molière. /ˈmaɪzə/ noun 1. a person who hoards money or possessions, often living miserably 2. selfish […]
/ˈmɪzərəbɪlˌɪzəm; ˈmɪzrə-/ noun 1. the quality of seeming to enjoy being depressed, or the type of gloomy music, art, etc, that evokes this
/ˈmɪzərəbɪlɪst; ˈmɪzrə-/ noun 1. a person who appears to enjoy being depressed, esp a performer of or listener to gloomy music adjective 2. of, resembling, or likely to be enjoyed by a miserabilist or miserabilists
[miz-er-uh-buh l, miz-ruh-] /ˈmɪz ər ə bəl, ˈmɪz rə-/ adjective 1. wretchedly unhappy, uneasy, or uncomfortable: miserable victims of war. 2. wretchedly poor; needy. 3. of wretched character or quality; contemptible: a miserable villain. 4. attended with or causing misery: a miserable existence. 5. manifesting misery. 6. worthy of pity; deplorable: a miserable failure. /ˈmɪzərəbəl; […]