Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Misery"

The meaning of "Misery" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does misery mean?
A: extreme unhappiness
Q: What does misery mean?
A: felling of great distress or discomfort
Q: What does misery mean?
A: misery means trouble or bad luck
Q: What does misery loves company mean?
A: It's comforting to have someone around when you are miserable. Especially someone else who is also miserable.
Q: What does Please put me out of misery mean?
A: Yeah sometimes it a way of asking someone to kill you. Although you'd only really see it used like that in movies. Although it can be used as a joke too.

Example sentences using "Misery"

Q: Please show me example sentences with misery.
A: Expression: “Misery loves company.” (Means someone who is unhappy likes to make other people unhappy too) “They lived in misery for their whole life.” (They survived in bad/sad living conditions) We also use the adjective version of misery which is “miserable.” Something like, “It was so hot outside, I was miserable!” or “They worked in miserable weather conditions.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with wide awake / misery .
A: I was wide awake for my test this morning
I couldn’t sleep last night! I was wide awake!
I was so tired, I was in misery all day
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'misery' .
A: My tight shoes caused me misery. The broken leg caused him much misery.

Synonyms of "Misery" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between misery and miserly ?
A: Misery is a noun. It means a state of feeling great distress or discomfort.
After my dog died I felt misery

Miserly is an adjective. It is used to describe something that is small or inadequate. People don’t usually use this word.
I am sill hungry, my food was miserly.


They are pronounced differently
Q: What is the difference between misery and tragedy ?
A: tragedy is something terrible that can happen to someone while misery is an emotion of extreme pain.
Q: What is the difference between misery and poverty ?
A: misery = tristeza fuerte, angustia
poverty = pobreza, en penurias

Un billonario cuyo yate favorito se ha hundió tiene "misery", pero no tiene "poverty".
Alguien sin dinero pero todavía está de buen humor tiene "poverty" pero no tiene "misery".

Translations of "Misery"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? equal misery
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? misery
A: pareshani/kasht
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? misery
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Other questions about "Misery"

Q: I'll get you out of misery
I'll get you out of agony

are both natural?
A: @overrunie Agony can be for physical pain too. For example, if someone is writhing in agony, they are feeling excruciating pain. Overall, agony is pretty a more extreme version of misery (even though misery is pretty bad itself).
Q: Who should I tell my misery ? who will listen to me ? does this sound natural?
A: Who should I rant to? Who will listen to me?
^ I think this is the most natural sentence in this case
Q: whom should I tell my misery ? who will listen to me ? does this sound natural?
A: To whom should I tell my misery?
Who will listen to me?
Q: I assumed that "misery" was an adjective. does this sound natural?
A: It's not an adjective ^^ It looks like one, though
Q: I'm having a misery. does this sound natural?
A: It's better to not add "a". Just saying "I'm in misery" is fine, however even that is not extremely natural. It is best to say "I am miserable". Miserable is the adjective for misery

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