[ US /ˈsædən/ ]
[ UK /sˈædən/ ]
VERB
  1. make unhappy
    The news of her death saddened me
  2. come to feel sad
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How To Use sadden In A Sentence

  • The master feel good mind manipulator is saddened by her wayward "Jesus" and must come reining down to spread her pixie dust and re-christen the Annointed One. Oprah Winfrey to tape Christmas special at the White House
  • Those who knew him are saddened by his death.
  • The news of the death of Norris McWhirter will sadden everyone who knew him.
  • We would be reading saddened investigations into the culture of bladder control in the English game and the working-class society that underpins it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Beyond the tragedy of a brave man's death two aspects of this case sadden me.
  • I remember reading and dreaming in highschool about the Terrestrial Planet Finder and was saddened when it was canceled. Kepler Is On Its Way - NASA Watch
  • The soccer charity he was backing said: 'We are deeply saddened. The Sun
  • A Co Londonderry politician has described the damage caused by a fire in his constituency this morning as "saddening". Northern Ireland Local News
  • But it truly saddens me that a few people have indeed asked if I am going to sue and have been more than a touch surprised when I have answered them in the negative.
  • The entire area is deeply shocked and saddened by this untimely and tragic death.
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