Happy and Miserable


Happy adjective - Experiencing pleasure, satisfaction, or delight.
Usage example: made bread for the first time and was happy with the tasty result

Miserable is an antonym for happy in topics: contented, unhappy, lucky, satisfied.

Nearby Words: happiness, happily


Miserable adjective - Feeling unhappiness.
Usage example: the awful news made us miserable

Happy is an antonym for miserable in topics: sad, unhappy, destitute.

Nearby Words: misery, miserly, miserably, miser

Both words in one sentence

  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy He even sings in the bridge "I'd rather you be happy\Then you be miserable with me".
  • Also, there's the perception that Colombians are undeservedly happy and cheery, when they should be as miserable as everybody else, or at least as miserable as they are shown on TV.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy Bite my tongue, right now the perfect time Do anything to make her happy Even if it means my being miserable As long as she's loving life
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