miserable (s):
contemptibly small in amount
a measly tip.
the company donated a miserable $100 for flood relief.
a paltry wage.
almost depleted his miserable store of dried beans

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miserable (s):
characterized by physical misery
a wet miserable weekend.
spent a wretched night on the floor

Related Words: wretched
miserable (s):
of the most contemptible kind
abject cowardice.
a low stunt to pull.
a low-down sneak.
his miserable treatment of his family.
You miserable skunk!
a scummy rabble.
a scurvy trick
miserable (s):
deserving or inciting pity
a hapless victim.
miserable victims of war.
the shabby room struck her as extraordinarily pathetic.
piteous appeals for help.
pitiable homeless children.
a pitiful fate.
Oh, you poor thing.
his poor distorted limbs.
a wretched life

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miserable (s):
very unhappy; full of misery
he felt depressed and miserable.
a message of hope for suffering humanity.
wretched prisoners huddled in stinking cages

Related Words: wretched
miserable (s):
of very poor quality or condition
deplorable housing conditions in the inner city.
woeful treatment of the accused.
woeful errors of judgment

Related Words: wretched
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