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  • as indepression
  • as indumps

synonyms for woefulness

  • abasement
  • abjection
  • blahs
  • bleakness
  • bummer
  • cheerlessness
  • dejection
  • desolation
  • desperation
  • despondency
  • discouragement
  • dispiritedness
  • distress
  • dole
  • dolefulness
  • dolor
  • downheartedness
  • dreariness
  • dullness
  • dumps
  • ennui
  • gloom
  • gloominess
  • heavyheartedness
  • hopelessness
  • lowness
  • melancholia
  • melancholy
  • misery
  • mortification
  • qualm
  • sadness
  • sorrow
  • trouble
  • unhappiness
  • vapors
  • worry
  • abjectness
  • blue funk
  • disconsolation
  • heaviness of heart
  • lugubriosity
  • the blues

antonyms for woefulness

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  • advantage
  • benefit
  • blessing
  • cheer
  • comfort
  • contentedness
  • contentment
  • encouragement
  • gladness
  • happiness
  • hopefulness
  • joy
  • liveliness
  • peace
  • pleasure
  • bulge
  • cheerfulness
  • convexity
  • hope
  • protuberance
  • recovery
  • surge
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How to use woefulness in a sentence

It was past ludicrous; yet admitted of no woefulness, nothing soothingly pathetic.
LORD ORMONT AND HIS AMINTA, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
And he indicated Lionel, who stood at Rosamund's side, the very incarnation of woefulness and debility.
THE SEA-HAWKRAPHAEL SABATINI
Drizzling they returned, images of woefulness in various forms, including laughter's.
THE TRAGIC COMEDIANS, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
Olive understood, or thought she understood, and the woefulness of it all only seemed the deeper.
THE BOSTONIANS, VOL. II (OF II)HENRY JAMES
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