woe

All Noun Verb
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  • How express in human language a woe human being until this hour never knew! Cited from The Last Man, by Mary Shelley
  • But woe to the man who did not pay when the note became due! Cited from Thackeray, by Anthony Trollope
  • Woe to you if your father should come to know of this! Cited from Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Complete, by John Symonds
  • Had he thought of them at all during this night of woe? Cited from The Captain of the Kansas, by Louis Tracy
  • But he worked woe upon any grown person that made the attempt. Cited from Emerson's Wife and Other Western Stories, by Florence Finch Kelly
  • His marriage finally turned around his financial woes and he became devoted to his new wife.
  • But woe to him that has a great mission laid upon him. Cited from Henrik Ibsen's Prose Dramas Vol III., by Henrik Ibsen
  • Her arms were full of flowers, but her heart was full of woe. Cited from Madge Morton's Secret, by Amy D. V. Chalmers
  • She could put herself in another's place and actually feel another's woes. Cited from Joyce's Investments, by Fannie E. Newberry
  • Despite the off-ice problems, they had a successful year, compared to their early day woes.
  • The film is about a college American football coach and his woes.
  • I heard once a story of woe from a man who was the dear friend of both of us. Cited from Thackeray, by Anthony Trollope
  • Woe to the man who came across him that day! Cited from Great Sea Stories, by Various
  • He had been ruled out of action for almost one month prior due to his injury woes.
  • And woe to those who use the wrong words about anything. Cited from Daily Thoughts, by Charles Kingsley
  • God only knows what the future holds for them of suffering and woe. Cited from The Petticoat Commando, by Johanna Brandt
  • Woe worth the day when I took her under my roof! Cited from The Vikings of Helgeland, by Henrik Ibsen
  • Offensive woes continued for both sides as neither team was able to score points.
  • How can my eyes turn where my feet must go, Trailing their way in woe? Cited from The New Penelope and Other Stories and Poems, by Frances Fuller Victor
  • So will it be with you, if the first woe does not profit you to make you better. Cited from The Village Pulpit, Volume II. Trinity to Advent, by S. Baring-Gould
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Meaning of woe

  • noun Intense mournfulness