What are neglectful words?Asked by: Dr. Giovanny VonRueden V
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What are some unhappy words?
1 unhappy, despondent, disconsolate, discouraged, gloomy, downcast, downhearted, depressed, dejected, melancholy.
What are shameful words?
heinous, flagrant, embarrassing, vile, scandalous, sinful, reprehensible, humiliating, indecent, outrageous, dastardly, ignominious, shocking, immoral, disgraceful, base, carnal, contemptible, corrupt, debauched.
What are unimportant words?
: lacking in importance : not important : minor, trivial unimportant details a relatively unimportant problem. Other Words from unimportant Synonyms & Antonyms More Example Sentences Learn More About unimportant.
What's a word for unimportant person?
nonentity. noun. someone who is not important or interesting at all.
What does nugatory mean in English?
Nugatory, which first appeared in English in the 17th century, comes from the Latin adjective nugatorius and is ultimately a derivative of the noun nugae, meaning "trifles." Like its synonyms "vain," "idle," "empty," and "hollow," nugatory means "without worth or significance." But while "nugatory" suggests triviality ...
What is shameful Behaviour?
If you describe a person's action or attitude as shameful, you think that it is so bad that the person ought to be ashamed. [...] [disapproval]
What does Shamless mean?
1 : having no shame : insensible to disgrace a shameless braggart. 2 : showing lack of shame the shameless exploitation of workers.
What does blame worthy mean?
blameworthy, blamable, guilty, culpable mean deserving reproach or punishment.
What are 5 synonyms sad?
What are some depressing words?
How do you express deep sadness?
Cry if you feel like it. Notice if you feel relief after the tears stop. Write in a journal, listen to music, spend time with friends or family, and/or draw to express the emotion sadness. Think about the context of the sad feelings.
What are the ugliest words?
- Pulchritude. ...
- Crepuscular. ...
- Mooch. ...
- Pugilist. ...
- Quark. ...
- Gestational. ...
- Fetid. Edging out the word stink in our list of ugly English words, fetid simply stands on its own even without knowing its meaning. ...
- Honk. Bonus!
What is the nastiest word?
Definition of 'nastiest'
3. spiteful, abusive, or ill-natured. 4. obscene or indecent.
What are some disturbing facts?
- The average person walks past 36 murderers in their lifetime. ...
- Some tumours can grow teeth and hair. ...
- During World War 2, Japan bombed China with fleas infected with the bubonic plague.
What does unblushingly mean?
1 : not blushing. 2 : shameless, unabashed unblushing greed. Other Words from unblushing Synonyms & Antonyms More Example Sentences Learn More About unblushing.
How would you describe a shameless person?
If you describe someone as shameless, you mean that they should be ashamed of their behaviour, which is unacceptable to other people. ...
What does unembarrassed mean?
: not embarrassed: such as. a : feeling or showing no embarrassment an unembarrassed smile They realized that young consumers feel unembarrassed about bus travel—as long as they can stay online.—
What is the difference between shameful and shameless?
"Shameless" means pretty much what you'd expect: that someone should feel shame at something, but doesn't. "Shameful" can have two meanings that almost seem like antonyms, but they're not, depending on whether it's applied to a person or an act. If it's applied to a person, it generally means that they feel remorse.
What does absolutely shameful mean?
If you say that something such as behaviour or a situation is disgraceful, you disapprove of it strongly, and feel that the person or people responsible should be ashamed of it. [...] [disapproval] disgracefully adverb [ADVERB after verb, ADVERB adjective/-ed]
Is shamefulness a word?
shamefulness. The condition of being infamous: disgracefulness, dishonorableness, disreputability, disreputableness, ignominiousness, infamy.
What does ineffectually mean?
1 : not producing the proper or intended effect : futile. 2 : ineffective sense 2.
What does solipsistic mean in English?
: of, relating to, or characterized by solipsism or extreme egocentricity The new punks can only rant about solipsistic concerns: themselves, their friends and girlfriends, and us, the people they think look at them funny.—
What is meant by denouement?
1 : the final outcome of the main dramatic complication in a literary work In the denouement, the two lovers commit suicide. 2 : the outcome of a complex sequence of events.