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Spell check of sadness

Correct spelling: sadness

Synonyms:
tribulation, grief, blues, downheartedness, gloom, happy, sombreness, hatred, passion, feelings, grimness, dumps, moroseness, discouragement, sorrow, fear, depression, woefulness, mood, dejection, despondence, despond, regret, ruthfulness, distress, joylessness, funk, oppression, lugubriousness, ruefulness, excitement, desolation, disheartenment, disconsolateness, sorrowfulness, trouble, dolefulness, blue devils, anger, plaintiveness, temperment, mope, dreariness, sympathy, mopes, glumness, contemplativeness, despondency, mourning, emotion, doldrums, feeling, wistfulness, anxiety, pensiveness, dispiritedness, melancholy, misery, forlornness, unhappiness, anguish, mournfulness, moodiness, miserableness, rue, sensation, disappointment, heartsickness, sentiment, dolorousness, gloominess, dysphoria, ennui, downs, affliction, somberness, heavy-heartedness, wo, sullenness, remorse, despair.

Antonyms:
elation, happiness, gladness, euphoria, jubilation, gaiety, contentedness, exultation, hopefulness, cheerfulness, content, delight, humor, rapturousness, elatedness, mirth, lightheartedness, intoxication, felicity, rapture, ecstasy, exuberance, jollity, contentment, gladsomeness, gleefulness, sunniness, joviality, joy, blissfulness, gayness, glee, joyfulness, cheer, mirthfulness, merriment, gratification, satisfaction, exhilaration, joyousness, optimism, bliss, heaven, cheeriness.

Examples of usage:

1) Even thinking thus he seemed to have lost the power to feel sadness. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) " Yes, if he lives till then," she answered, with some sadness. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) There was a note of sadness in her voice, and her eyes fell. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

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