Heartbroken and Woeful


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Heartbroken adjective – Feeling unhappiness.
Usage example: not as heartbroken over missing out on the trip to New York as I thought she would be

Woeful and heartbroken are semantically related In some cases you can use "Woeful" instead an adjective "Heartbroken".
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Woeful adjective – Expressing or suggesting mourning.
Usage example: the woeful expressions of the players after the humiliating loss

Heartbroken and woeful are semantically related in sad topic. Sometimes you can use "Heartbroken" instead an adjective "Woeful".
Nearby Words: woe, woefully
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