misery

  • 1 Misery FR — Misery Courtion Basisdaten Kanton: Freiburg Bezirk: See/Lac …

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  • 2 Misery — is a feeling of great unhappiness, suffering and/or pain. Misery may also refer to: In entertainment: Misery (novel), a novel by Stephen King Misery (film), a film based on the novel Misery (play), a play based on the novel Misery, an enemy… …

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  • 3 Misery — puede referirse a: Misery, población y comuna francesa; Misery, novela del escritor estadounidense Stephen King; Misery, película dirigida por Rob Reiner, basada en la novela de Stephen King; «Misery», canción de The Beatles; «Misery», canción de …

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  • 4 Misery — (англ. Страдание)  многозначный термин, который может означать: В музыке Misery  австралийская дэт метал группа «Misery»  песня из альбома Please Please Me группы The Beatles «Misery»  песня американской группы Maroon 5… …

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  • 5 Misery (EP) — Misery EP by Fuck the Facts Released October 10, 2011 Recorded November 2010 Genre Grindcore, de …

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  • 6 Misery — ist eine Ortschaft in der Gemeinde Misery Courtion im Kanton Freiburg in der Schweiz, siehe Misery FR eine Gemeinde im Département Somme in Frankreich, siehe Misery (Somme) der englische Originaltitel eines Roman von Stephen King, siehe Sie… …

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  • 7 Misery — Mi ser*y, n.; pl. {Miseries}. [OE. miserie, L. miseria, fr. miser wretched: cf. F. mis[ e]re, OF. also, miserie.] [1913 Webster] 1. Great unhappiness; extreme pain of body or mind; wretchedness; distress; woe. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] Destruction… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 8 Misery — Nom surtout porté dans l Ardèche. On trouve dans la Drôme la variante Misiri (autrefois aussi Misiry). Désigne celui qui est originaire de Misery, nom de deux hameaux à Cheminas et à Sécheras, dans l Ardèche. Le toponyme, fréquent aussi sous la… …

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  • 9 misery — [n1] pain, mental or physical ache, agony, anguish, anvil chorus, bad news*, blues*, depression, desolation, despair, despondency, discomfort, distress, dolor, gloom, grief, hardship, headache, heartache, hurting, melancholy, pang, passion,… …

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  • 10 Misery — Misery, erloschener Vulkan auf der Insel St. Christoph, 3714 Fuß hoch …

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  • 11 misery — index calamity, disaster, distress (anguish), pain, pessimism, prostration Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton …

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  • 12 Misery — es una película basada en la novela del mismo título de Stephen King …

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  • 13 misery — (n.) late 14c., condition of external unhappiness, from O.Fr. misere miserable situation, misfortune, distress (12c.), from L. miseria wretchedness, from miser (see MISER (Cf. miser)). Meaning condition of one in great sorrow or mental distress… …

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  • 14 misery — *distress, suffering, agony, dolor, passion Analogous words: adversity, *misfortune: affliction, visitation, *trial, tribulation: melancholy, dejection, *sadness, depression Antonyms: felicity, blessedness Contrasted words: * …

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  • 15 misery — ► NOUN (pl. miseries) 1) wretched unhappiness. 2) a cause of this. 3) Brit. informal a person who is constantly miserable …

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  • 16 misery — [miz′ər ē] n. pl. miseries [ME miserie < OFr < L miseria < miser, wretched] 1. a condition of great wretchedness or suffering because of pain, sorrow, poverty, etc.; distress 2. a cause of such suffering; pain, sorrow, poverty, squalor,… …

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  • 17 Misery — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Misery (homonymie). Misery Auteur Stephen King Genre Roman Thriller Version originale …

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  • 18 misery — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ abject, great, real, sheer, untold ▪ This phobia can cause untold misery for the sufferer. ▪ complete ▪ …

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  • 19 misery — n. 1) to cause misery 2) to alleviate, relieve misery 3) abject, deep; sheer, untold misery 4) misery to + inf. (it was sheer misery to live there = it was sheer misery living there) 5) in misery (to live in misery) * * * [ mɪz(ə)rɪ] deep relieve …

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  • 20 misery — mis|e|ry S3 [ˈmızəri] n plural miseries [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: miserie, from Latin miseria, from miser; MISER] 1.) [U and C] great suffering that is caused for example by being very poor or very sick ▪ What we are witnessing here …

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