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4 phrases found for the topic Sadness


Phrase: Leave somebody in the lurch

Meaning: To abandon someone when he or she most needs it: You left me in the lurch last year, and now you want me to employ you again.

Date: 2015-07-23 23:41:53

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Phrase: A kick in the teeth / Kick someone in the teeth

Meaning: Something unpleasant and disappointing:
Her refusal to lend me the money I needed was a real kick in the teeth because I had always supported her, and helped her
She kicked me in the teeth / She gave me a kick in the teeth when she refused to lend me the money after all the things I had done for her

Date: 2015-02-25 23:59:43

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Phrase: Drown your sorrows

Meaning: Drink alcohol to forget what is tormenting you: His wife passed away just a month ago, and now he comes here from time to time to drown his sorrows

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Phrase: More in sorrow than in anger

Meaning: To feel or show sadness or regret: It was more in sorrow than in anger that he left the party without saying goodbye.

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