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doleful

adjective /ˈdoulful/
sorrowful triste Clive wore a doleful expression on his face.
dolefully adverb
tristemente, desconsoladamente She dolefully observed that her father would never change his ways.
dolefulness noun
desconsuelo the dolefulness of her facial expression.
(Definition of doleful from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “doleful”
in Vietnamese đau buồn…
in Malaysian muram…
in Thai เสียใจมาก…
in French triste…
in German traurig…
in Chinese (Simplified) 悲伤的,哀伤的…
in Turkish sıkıntılı, üzüntülü, kederli…
in Russian скорбный…
in Indonesian sedih…
in Chinese (Traditional) 悲傷的,哀傷的…
in Polish żałosny, smętny…
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