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See definition of saddest on Dictionary.com
  • adj.unhappy, depressed
  • adj.unfortunate, distressing

synonyms for saddest

  • bitter
  • dismal
  • heartbroken
  • melancholy
  • mournful
  • pessimistic
  • somber
  • sorrowful
  • sorry
  • wistful
  • bereaved
  • blue
  • cheerless
  • dejected
  • despairing
  • despondent
  • disconsolate
  • distressed
  • doleful
  • down
  • down in dumps
  • down in mouth
  • downcast
  • forlorn
  • gloomy
  • glum
  • grief-stricken
  • grieved
  • heartsick
  • heavyhearted
  • hurting
  • in doldrums
  • in grief
  • in the dumps
  • languishing
  • low
  • low-spirited
  • lugubrious
  • morbid
  • morose
  • out of sorts
  • pensive
  • sick at heart
  • troubled
  • weeping
  • woebegone
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antonyms for saddest

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  • cheerful
  • glad
  • good
  • happy
  • hopeful
  • joyful
  • nice
  • pleasant
  • fortunate
  • great
  • lucky
  • great
  • right
  • blessed
  • happy
  • good
  • hopeful
  • light
  • bright
  • joyful
  • advantageous
  • lucky
  • fortunate
  • pleasant
  • glad
  • worthwhile
  • cheerful
  • encouraging
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How to use saddest in a sentence

A smile, the saddest ever seen, wandered for a minute over the prisoner's pallid lips.
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The saddest fault he is chargeable with, his abandonment of Angela, has been already committed.
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The saddest thing among these social and political evils was a great decline of religious life.
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The saddest figure in tenement-house life is the unmarried woman who can no longer work and is dependent.
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The story of the Gracchi constitutes one of the strangest, grandest, and saddest stories in the whole course of history.
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The author who is saddest when he writes takes us at a disadvantage.
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He allowed his thoughts to wander amid the saddest memories.
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One of the saddest days in any boy's or girl's life is when they first keep a guilty secret from their parents.
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If dead, where'er thou art— Thy saddest grave will be this ruin'd heart!
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