Sadness



adjective, sadder, saddest.
1.
affected by unhappiness or grief; sorrowful or mournful:
to feel sad because a close friend has moved away.
2.
expressive of or characterized by sorrow:
sad looks; a sad song.
3.
causing sorrow:
a sad disappointment; sad news.
4.
(of color) somber, dark, or dull; drab.
5.
deplorably bad; sorry:
a sad attempt.
6.
Obsolete. firm or steadfast.
adjective sadder, saddest
1.
feeling sorrow; unhappy
2.
causing, suggestive, or expressive of such feelings: a sad story
3.
unfortunate; unsatisfactory; shabby; deplorable: her clothes were in a sad state
4.
(Brit, informal) ludicrously contemptible; pathetic: he’s a sad, boring little wimp
5.
(of pastry, cakes, etc) not having risen fully; heavy
6.
(of a colour) lacking brightness; dull or dark
7.
(archaic) serious; grave
verb
8.
(NZ) to express sadness or displeasure strongly
abbreviation
1.
seasonal affective disorder
noun

See seasonal affective disorder

SAD abbr.
seasonal affective disorder
sad
SAD
seasonal affective disorder

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