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despondent
despond
despondently
1. Despairing, utterly discouraged, or extremely dejected
2. Despairing
Morose
Moroseness
1. Gloomy, glum, sullen, surly, or in bitter ill humor
2. Gloomy
Downcast
1. Depressed, dispirited, dejected, or very discouraged
2. Describes persons looks
3. Dejected
Austere
Austerely
Austerity
1. Severe, stern, or harsh; morally strict; or simple or lacking ornament
2. Severe or simple
Privation
1. Hardship or want, or the loss of absence of a quality
2. Hardship or lack
Tribulation(s)
1. Is often used in the phrase "trial and tribulation"
2. Distress, suffering, trouble or misery
3. Distress
Misgiving
Misgiven
Misgive
1. A feeling of doubt, fear or suspicion
2. Feeling of doubt
Rue
Rueful
Ruefully
1. To feel remorse, repentance or regret
2. Regret
Recoil
1. To fall or draw back, or to shrink back suddenly
2. Shrink from
Languid
1. Weak, sluggish, dull, or lacking vigor or spirit
2. Spiritless
Mischance
1. Misfortune, bad luck, or an unfortunate accident
2. Sometimes proceeded by "by"
3. Misfortune
Melee
1. A confused fight or struggle, or a confused mingling together
2. Counfusion
Disconcert
Disconcerted
1. To confuse, disturb, frustrate, upset, or embarrass
2. Disturb or upset
Abash
Abashment
Abashedly
1. To embarrass, make ashamed, or make uneasy
2. Make uneasy
Derange
Derangement
1. To disarrange, upset, or throw into confusion or disorder
2. Disarrange
Harass
1. To trouble, worry, annoy, or torment, or to attack an enemy repeatedly
2. trouble or torment