How to say “Sad” in different ways

Posted on June 28, 2012

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I feel blue

I feel so down

I feel very bad

I’m not all right

I feel depressed

I’m out of sorts today

I feel pathetic

I don’t feel well

I’m down to the dumps

I hate my life

I feel gloomy

I’m under a cloud

I have the blues

I’m worried sick about everything

I have holiday blues

I cried my brain (eyes) out

I’m in low spirits

I’m suffering

I’m dejected

I’m all gone to pieces

I’m having rainy days lately

I’m dispirited

I feel mopish

I’m feeling down in the mouth 

I’m sorrowful

I’m a mess

I feel so lugubrious

I fell my life have ceased to have a  meaning

I have trouble in my mind

I’m drowning in the grief

I feel upset

I feel downcast

I feel bummed out

I hit the bottom again

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Hamlet by William Shakespeare

On a gun platform atop the battlements of Castle Elsinore, Officer Barnardo arrives to relieve sentinel Francisco of his watch. Barnardo challenges Francisco to identify himself first, and the two exchange small talk about the weather. Francisco complains, “For this relief much thanks, ’tis bitter cold. / And I am sick at heart.”

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