Crossword clues for sad
- Jerry Lewis movie "The ___ Sack"
- Mideast's House of ___
- "Mr. Dieingly ___" (1966 Critters hit)
- Needing a lift
- In a blue funk
- In need of a lift
- "___ but true"
- Needing buoying
- Inferior, as excuses go
- In the dumps
- Needing a 53-Across
- What a texter of ":-(" might be
- Feeling blue
- Out of spirits
- Poor, as an excuse
- Beatles title girl
- "How pathetic"
- Full of tears, say
- Like one texting :-(
- "How ___"
- What this means: :-(
- In a blue state
- Tearing up, say
- ___ sack
- Kind of sack
- Like McCuller's cafe
- Down, so to speak
- Singing the blues
- Not up
- In low spirits
- Deplorably poor
- Bummed out
- Insufficient, as an excuse
- In a funk
- In the doldrums
- Kind of story
- Down in the dumps
- Like some commentary
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
SAD \SAD\, n. Seasonal affective disorder. [Acron.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English sæd "sated, full, having had one's fill (of food, drink, fighting, etc.), weary of," from Proto-Germanic *sathaz (cognates: Old Norse saðr, Middle Dutch sat, Dutch zad, Old High German sat, German satt, Gothic saþs "satiated, sated, full"), from PIE *seto- (cognates: Latin satis "enough, sufficient," Greek hadros "thick, bulky," Old Church Slavonic sytu, Lithuanian sotus "satiated," Old Irish saith "satiety," sathach "sated"), from root *sa- "to satisfy" (cognates: Sanskrit a-sinvan "insatiable").\n
\nSense development passed through the meaning "heavy, ponderous" (i.e. "full" mentally or physically), and "weary, tired of" before emerging c.1300 as "unhappy." An alternative course would be through the common Middle English sense of "steadfast, firmly established, fixed" (as in sad-ware "tough pewter vessels") and "serious" to "grave." In the main modern sense, it replaced Old English unrot, negative of rot "cheerful, glad."\n
\nMeaning "very bad" is from 1690s. Slang sense of "inferior, pathetic" is from 1899; sad sack is 1920s, popularized by World War II armed forces (specifically by cartoon character invented by Sgt. George Baker, 1942, and published in U.S. Armed Forces magazine "Yank"), probably a euphemistic shortening of common military slang phrase sad sack of shit.
a. 1 (label en obsolete) sated, having had one's fill; satisfied, weary. 2 (label en obsolete) steadfast, valiant. 3 (label en obsolete) dignified, serious, grave. 4 (label en obsolete) Naughty; troublesome; wicked. 5 (label en heading) ''Emotionally negative.'' 6 #Of colours: dark, deep; later, sombre, dull. 7 #Feeling sorrow; sorrowful, mournful. 8 #Appearing sorrowful. 9 #Causing sorrow; lamentable.
adj. experiencing or showing sorrow or unhappiness; "feeling sad because his dog had died"; "Better by far that you should forget and smile / Than that you should remember and be sad"- Christina Rossetti [ant: glad]
of things that make you feel sad; "sad news"; "she doesn't like sad movies"; "it was a very sad story"; "When I am dead, my dearest, / Sing no sad songs for me"- Christina Rossetti
bad; unfortunate; "my finances were in a deplorable state"; "a lamentable decision"; "her clothes were in sad shape"; "a sorry state of affairs" [syn: deplorable, distressing, lamentable, pitiful, sorry]
The word sad refers to an emotional condition.
SAD or sad may also refer to:
Sūrat Ṣād (, "The Letter Sad") is the 38th sura of the Qur'an with 88 ayat and 1 sajdah (39:24). Sad (ص) is the name of the eighteenth letter in the Arabic alphabet.
Saad was sent to Muhammad by God while he was coping with rejection from his tribe, the Quraysh, and struggling to keep his own faith. It recounts stories of previous prophets, describes the splendors of heaven, and warns of the monstrosities of hell. The sura dates to the 2nd Meccan Period, meaning it was revealed only five or six years into the development of Islam.
Sad is the fourth Nels Cline Trio album. The album was recorded at New Zone Studio by Wayne Peet.
"Sad" is the ninth track from American band Maroon 5's fourth studio album Overexposed (2012). It was written by Adam Levine and James Valentine; they produced the song together with Noah "Mailbox" Passovoy. Valentine started composing the song on his home piano, before introducing the melody to Levine, who wrote the lyrics and called the song his most personal track on the album. "Sad" is a piano ballad that is similar to the works by British singer-songwriter Adele. It received generally mixed reviews from music critics; some of them called it a standout track on Overexposed, however, others criticized Levine's voice on the song. Following the release of the album, due to strong digital downloads, the song peaked at number 12 on the singles chart in South Korea.
Usage examples of "sad".
I segued into the second movement, that sense of bright expectation replaced by the slow, haunting strains of the Adagio, at once lyrical and sad -- mirroring the turns my own life had taken, the shifting harmonies sounding to me like the raised voices of ghosts, of echoes.
People will change their view of me, from reckless Fuck-Up to helpless Martyr, from dangerous Fool to sad Victim, from addicted Asshole to unfortunate Child.
With a sad heart she turned her steps to the prison-gate, but here she was denied admittance, and for ten days she found the prison-door closed against her.
She did not remind them that Agatine Slegin was the last of her Name, or say what a sad occasion it always was when an ancient family died out.
The Almoner greeted him in a kindly manner and gave him a beautiful round cheese and a warm blanket and asked what had happened to make his face so long and sad.
Poets and kings are but the clerks of Time, Tiering the same dull webs of discontent, Clipping the same sad alnage of the years.
Now here Jocelyn sighed amain and, sitting beneath a tree, fell to sad and wistful thinking.
How sad it is you will realize when I tell you that daily I thank God on my knees - for I still believe in God, despite what was alleged against me by the inquisitors of Aragon - that she who inspired this love of which I am to tell you is now in the peace of death.
In company with the brothers of the Order, Michel stood easily on his good leg, feeling at once happy, sad, and gratified as he watched Aumery kneeling before the altar.
But, however kindly they addressed him, Avenant rode on and answered nothing, for he was too sad at heart.
William Bedel of the Hawks, who answered this time, his voice infinitely sad.
Now she found it lacking, an oddly empty, circumscribed happiness bound up in self-indulgence and personal gratification, bereft of interest in or concern for others, ultimately puzzling and somehow sad.
For Berel Jastrow these rotten remains possess all the sad sacred sweetness of the dead: poor cold silent mechanisms, once warm happy creatures sparkling with life, now dumb and motionless without the spark of God in them, but destined one day in His good time to rise again.
To wind up quickly the visit of Berel, we had a sad interlude of family gossip.
I was a stranger in that company, A Galilean whom his speech bewrayed, And when they lifted up their songs of glee, My voice sad discord made.