List of Phrases - Unit 6 (feelings - sadness) - 8 July 2014 - Blog - Shawon Notes
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» List of Phrases - Unit 6 (feelings - sadness)
List of Phrases - Unit 6 (feelings - sadness)
This blog will contain few list of phrases expressing sadness....
a glazed look of despair
– a dull, sad facial expression
a throng of busy bodies
– a group of people who are curious or interfering into other people’s affairs
as plumb-less as a mid-ocean trench
– not able to be understood, just like a long deep hole dug in the centre of the sea
heart palpitated tremendously
– heart beat very fast
huffing and puffing
– breathing in and out noisily
– very sad or disappointing tone
cry one's eyes out
– if you cry your eyes out, you cry a lot and for a long time.
down in the dumps
– someone who is down in the dumps is depressed or feeling gloomy.
down in the mouth
– when someone is down in the mouth, they look unhappy, discouraged or depressed.
face like a wet week-end
- If someone has a face like a wet week-end, they look sad and miserable.
your heart sinks
– if your heart sinks, you feel very unhappy and despondent.
lump in your throat
– if you have a lump in your throat, you have a tight feeling in your throat because of a strong emotion such as sadness or gratitude.
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