1 unhappy, melancholy, downcast, dejected, depressed, low, sorrowful, gloomy, morose, glum, lugubrious, mournful, heartsick, crestfallen, chap-fallen, disheartened, downhearted, blue, despondent, broken-hearted, heartbroken, woebegone, miserable, wretched:
Danny was so sad when his dog died that he wept for a week.
2 depressing, gloomy, disheartening, dreary, dismal, funereal, sombre, lugubrious, saddening, heartbreaking, bleak, distressing, dispiriting, calamitous:
It was a sad day for all of us here when the England team lost the semifinal.
3 unfortunate, unsatisfactory, awful, bad, shabby, dirty, lamentable, miserable, sorry, wretched, pathetic, pitiful, pitiable, deplorable, terrible, Colloq lousy, rotten:
After two weeks under water, the sofa was in pretty sad shape.
appear, be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, grow | make sb
This music always makes me sad.
all, desperately, immensely, particularly, profoundly, really, unbearably, very
I called Mum, sounding all sad and pathetic.
| almost | a bit, a little, quite, rather, slightly, somewhat | strangely
She was still feeling very sad about her father's death.
2 causing unhappiness
be, seem | find sth
deeply, extremely, intensely, particularly, profoundly, really, terribly, unutterably, very
a deeply sad occasion
| a bit, a little, quite, rather
a rather sad story
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