View definitions for woebegone
adjective as in depressed, troubled
The woebegone Houston Texans, 20-point underdogs against the unbeaten Arizona Cardinals, had parlayed a safety and a few RBI singles into a 5-0 lead on the road.
Graterford is a forbidding, shabby, woebegone facility built in 1929.
On this occasion, however, it failed to produce anything more than a woebegone pucker that foreshadowed something worse.
The girl of the Red Mill heard the speech of the stranger and noted her woebegone accent.
She was so absorbed that she almost fell over the woebegone little figure on the step.
He stood before me the most woebegone, heartbroken man I ever saw.
Although invariably English, they grow pale and woebegone just as easily in London as in Paris.
On this page you'll find 74 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to woebegone, such as: black, bleak, blue, bummed out, chapfallen, and cheerless.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.