unhappiness

[ US /ənˈhæpinɪs/ ]
[ UK /ʌnhˈæpɪnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. emotions experienced when not in a state of well-being
  2. state characterized by emotions ranging from mild discontentment to deep grief
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How To Use unhappiness In A Sentence

  • Substantial evidence now attests to the extent of doctors' unhappiness with the state of their relationships with managers.
  • I'm suddenly overcome by a surge of unhappiness and slump down on the desk, resting on my bloated belly, burying my face in the comforting but annoyingly podgy darkness of my arms.
  • Social factors include habituation to sex with the partner, and unhappiness with the relationship.
  • Even when you feel as though there isn't a lot you can do to change unhappiness or problems, you can always do a little--and a little at a time eventually makes a big difference.
  • I didn't realise the extent of his unhappiness. Times, Sunday Times
  • My heart goes out to particular moments and people, both recent and distant, and holds on for dear life, impervious to happiness or unhappiness.
  • Combine these qualities of self-denial and there is a propensity for deep unhappiness.
  • To chivvy the unconjugal to conjugate may to be store up greater unhappiness. David Cameron should honour his marriage vow
  • Scientology is meant to help clear people of unhappiness.
  • Most disturbing is the almost giddy pleasure they take in each other's unhappiness. Times, Sunday Times
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