English to Lithuanian Meaning :: woeful

Woeful :
- slogus
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Adjective(1) Affected by or full of grief or woe(2) Of very poor quality or condition(3) Terrible(4) Sad

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(1) Do I write about how I have recently become a new man, or at least an old man with new possessions, or do I write about the recent woeful state of my blogging psyche?(2) How else to explain the woeful imbalances contained in the proposed extradition treaty between Britain and the UK which we have just discussed?(3) He sounded so woeful , his expression so longing, that I had felt sympathy for him.(4) He was a woeful man altogether, letters here, there and everywhere and it would have been a fair auld job to write one of his usually long letters.(5) However, the covers are generally woeful , neither standing out at first glance amidst a crowded newsstand, or providing any lasting meaning.(6) Hopefully, the pathetic and woeful situation that has been allowed to arise will bring people to their senses, at least on the playing side.(7) I was hitting the ball great, but my putting was woeful .(8) As adults, we should set a better example: the recent rise in drink-drive cases suggests a woeful attitude towards alcohol and the law.(9) Yes, there has been woeful carnage and suffering aplenty.(10) He stopped and chatted and spoke of how this hard-won point just might be the kick-start Rangers need, the turning point in their woeful season.(11) Actually, the Kincaid character had a woeful start, spending the first of her three seasons as a tedious, incompetent waif.(12) His main challenge will be to draw down sufficient funds to bring about a dramatic change to the woeful state of the country's infrastructure.(13) I said, giving him a woeful look behind my entirely smeared mascara.(14) It looks very much as if it was a woeful effort on December 26.(15) The answers lie in stiff competition in their domestic markets, in woeful mismanagement, even the collapse of some businesses.(16) It is pathetic and woeful , and it is a slap in the face of the victims of this country.
1. tragic ::
2. lamentable ::
3. woebegone ::
4. execrable ::
1. Glad
2. Happy
3. Joyful
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