miserable

Part of speech: adverb

Miserably.

Part of speech: adjective

Wretched; unhappy; of mean quality.

Part of speech: noun

Miserableeness.

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Usage examples "miserable":

  1. Our lives were very miserable there. - "Quiet Talks on Service", S. D. Gordon.
  2. " Betty, do you see what your-" he began, turning to his sister, but when he saw her white and miserable face he said no more. - "Betty Zane", Zane Grey.
  3. And she was, though she herself scarcely knew yet how miserable. - "When Ghost Meets Ghost", William Frend De Morgan.