unhappiness

[ uhn-hap-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF unhappiness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNHAPPINESS

All very well to say there would be no punishment; their unhappiness was the punishment.

Why should he efface himself, if it meant Sidney's unhappiness?

But her unhappiness was not because the Padres had been killed.

Can you possibly suppose that I was aware of her unhappiness!

Her letter to me admitted her error, and confessed her unhappiness; but there was no remedy.

It was you who turned her mind against me, and incited her to unhappiness in the home I had given her.

The zany was progenitor to the specialist in humor, as we to-day have the unhappiness to know him.

I think that my unhappiness had as much to do with my father's insistence on the change, as anything.

In that instant was planted the second germ of unhappiness in Hetty's bosom.

For the unhappiness of Youth is preferable to the resignation of Age.

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