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Desolately meaning in Urdu

Desolately Synonym


Desolately Definitions

1) Desolately, Disconsolately : غمگینی سے, ناامیدی سے, مایوسانہ : (adverb) in grief-stricken loneliness; without comforting circumstances or prospects.

Useful Words

Horrified : خوف ز دہ , Destitution : مفلسی , Disconsolate : غمگین ہونا , Cosy : آرام دہ , Contract : بیماری سے متاثر ہونا , Grieve : صدمہ , Lament : غم میں چیخنا , Desolate : غم سے نڈھال , Woebegone : غمگین , Keen : مختصر طور پر بیان کرنا , Commiseration : تعزیت , Dolor : رنج , Tragic : انتہائی افسوس ناک , Dolefulness : رنجیدگی , Grievous : دلخراش , Griever : سوگوار , Lamentation : واویلا , Languish : مردہ دل ہونا , Condole : تعزیت کرنا , Disquieted : پریشان , Lamenting : درد ناک , Never : ہرگز نہیں , Circumstantially : قرائن سے , Case : صورت , Circumstantially : حالات کے اعتبار سے , Readjustment : تشکیل نو , Good Enough : کافی بہتر , Contemporary World : آج کا دور , Contingent : غیر یقینی , Misfit : نا مناسب , Due : متوقع

Useful Words Definitions

Horrified: stricken with horror.

Destitution: a state without friends or money or prospects.

Disconsolate: sad beyond comforting; incapable of being consoled.

Cosy: enjoying or affording comforting warmth and shelter especially in a small space.

Contract: be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness.

Grieve: feel grief.

Lament: a cry of sorrow and grief.

Desolate: crushed by grief.

Woebegone: affected by or full of grief or woe.

Keen: express grief verbally.

Commiseration: an expression of sympathy with another`s grief.

Dolor: (poetry) painful grief.

Tragic: very sad; especially involving grief or death or destruction.

Dolefulness: sadness caused by grief or affliction.

Grievous: causing or marked by grief or anguish.

Griever: a person who is feeling grief (as grieving over someone who has died).

Lamentation: the passionate and demonstrative activity of expressing grief.

Languish: lose vigor, health, or flesh, as through grief.

Condole: express one`s sympathetic grief, on the occasion of someone`s death.

Disquieted: afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief.

Lamenting: vocally expressing grief or sorrow or resembling such expression.

Never: not at all; certainly not; not in any circumstances.

Circumstantially: according to circumstances.

Case: a special set of circumstances.

Circumstantially: insofar as the circumstances are concerned.

Readjustment: the act of adjusting again (to changed circumstances).

Good Enough: adequately good for the circumstances.

Contemporary World: the circumstances and ideas of the present age.

Contingent: uncertain because of uncontrollable circumstances.

Misfit: someone unable to adapt to their circumstances.

Due: suitable to or expected in the circumstances.

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