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Meanings of Miserabilistic:

adjective

Practising or advocating miserabilism; pessimistic.

Meanings of Miserability:

noun

Miserableness, misery.

Meanings of Miserable:

adjective

(of a person) wretchedly unhappy or uncomfortable.

Usage examples:

Their happiness made anne feel even more miserable

Miserably

ˈmɪz.ər.ə.bli

Meanings of Miserably:

adverb

In a wretchedly unhappy manner.

Usage examples:

He stared miserably into his hands

Meanings of Miserdom:

noun

Miserliness.

Misere

mɪˈzɛː

Meanings of Misere:

noun

(in solo whist) a bid by which a player undertakes to win no tricks.

Usage examples:

There is no score for over or undertricks in misère, misère ouverte or abundance declared.

Miserere

ˌmɪzəˈrɪəri

Meanings of Miserere:

noun

A psalm in which mercy is sought, especially psalm 51 or the music written for it.

Misereres

ˌmɪzəˈrɪəri

Meanings of Misereres:

noun

A psalm in which mercy is sought, especially psalm 51 or the music written for it.

Meanings of Miserhood:

noun

Miserliness.

Misericord

mɪˈzɛrɪkɔːd

Meanings of Misericord:

noun

A ledge projecting from the underside of a hinged seat in a choir stall which, when the seat is turned up, gives support to someone standing.

Usage examples:

The sixty-two misericords or priests' seats, carved with everything from lions to scenes of everyda…

Miseries

ˈmɪz.ər.i

Meanings of Miseries:

noun

A state or feeling of great physical or mental distress or discomfort.

Usage examples:

A man who had brought her nothing but misery

Meanings of Miserism:

noun

Miserliness.

Miserliness

ˈmʌɪzəlɪnɪs

Meanings of Miserliness:

noun

Excessive desire to save money; extreme meanness.

Usage examples:

The party earned a damaging reputation for miserliness by cutting pensions

Miserly

ˈmaɪ.zəl.i

Meanings of Miserly:

adjective

Of or characteristic of a miser.

Usage examples:

His miserly great-uncle proved to be worth nearly £1 million

Meanings of Misers:

noun

A person who hoards wealth and spends as little money as possible.

Usage examples:

A typical miser, he hid his money in the house in various places

Misery

ˈmɪz.ər.i

Meanings of Misery:

noun

A state or feeling of great physical or mental distress or discomfort.

Usage examples:

A man who had brought her nothing but misery

Meanings of Misesteem:

noun

Lack of esteem or respect; disrespect, disfavour.

verb

To lack respect for; to hold in too low esteem; to have a wrong estimation of.

Meanings of Misesteemed:

noun

Lack of esteem or respect; disrespect, disfavour.

verb

To lack respect for; to hold in too low esteem; to have a wrong estimation of.

Meanings of Misesteeming:

noun

Lack of esteem or respect; disrespect, disfavour.

verb

To lack respect for; to hold in too low esteem; to have a wrong estimation of.

Meanings of Misestimate:

verb

Make an incorrect estimate of.

Usage examples:

It became clear that we'd misestimated the difficulty of the project

Meanings of Misestimated:

verb

Make an incorrect estimate of.

Usage examples:

It became clear that we'd misestimated the difficulty of the project

Misestimating

mɪsˈes.tɪ.meɪt

Meanings of Misestimating:

verb

Make an incorrect estimate of.

Usage examples:

It became clear that we'd misestimated the difficulty of the project

Misestimation

ˌmɪs.es.tɪˈmeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Misestimation:

noun

An incorrect guess or calculation of what the size, value, amount, cost, etc. of something might be

Usage examples:

Another variable contributing to a flawed business plan would be the firm's misestimation of potent…

Meanings of Misexecution:

noun

Wrong, improper, or defective execution of something; an instance of this.

Meanings of Misexpenditure:

noun

Wrong or improper expenditure; an instance of this.

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