unutterable: Associated Words
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  • gloomed
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  • midnights
    • noun 12 o'clock at night; the middle of the night
      • young children should not be allowed to stay up until midnight

  • plaints
    • noun (United Kingdom) a written statement of the grounds of complaint made to court of law asking for the grievance to be redressed
    • noun a cry of sorrow and grief
      wail; lamentation; lament.
      • their pitiful laments could be heard throughout the ward

  • mournfulness
    • noun a state of gloomy sorrow
      ruthfulness; sorrowfulness.

  • glooming
    • adjective satellite depressingly dark
      gloomy; gloomful; sulky.
      • the gloomy forest
      • the glooming interior of an old inn
      • `gloomful' is archaic

  • muddiness
    • noun the wetness of ground that is covered or soaked with water
      wateriness; sloppiness.
      • the baseball game was canceled because of the wateriness of the outfield
      • the water's muddiness made it undrinkable
      • the sloppiness of a rainy November day
    • noun a mental state characterized by a lack of clear and orderly thought and behavior
      confusion; disarray; confusedness; mental confusion.
      • a confusion of impressions

  • woe
    • noun misery resulting from affliction
      suffering.
    • noun intense mournfulness
      woefulness.

  • ghastliness
    • noun the quality of being ghastly
      gruesomeness; grimness; luridness.

  • groans
    • noun an utterance expressing pain or disapproval
      moan.
    • verb indicate pain, discomfort, or displeasure
      moan.
      • The students groaned when the professor got out the exam booklets
      • The ancient door soughed when opened

  • vileness
    • noun the quality of being wicked
      ugliness; nefariousness; wickedness.
    • noun the quality of being disgusting to the senses or emotions
      loathsomeness; lousiness; repulsiveness; sliminess; wickedness.
      • the vileness of his language surprised us

  • agonies
    • noun intense feelings of suffering; acute mental or physical pain
      torment; torture.
      • an agony of doubt
      • the torments of the damned
    • noun a state of acute pain
      excruciation; suffering.

  • loathing
    • noun hate coupled with disgust
      odium; execration; abhorrence; abomination; detestation.
    • verb find repugnant
      abominate; execrate; abhor; loathe.
      • I loathe that man
      • She abhors cats

  • abominations
    • noun a person who is loathsome or disgusting
    • noun hate coupled with disgust
      odium; execration; abhorrence; detestation; loathing.

  • woes
    • noun misery resulting from affliction
      suffering.
    • noun intense mournfulness
      woefulness.

  • dreariness
    • noun extreme dullness; lacking spirit or interest
      insipidness; boringness; insipidity.

  • bliss
    • noun a state of extreme happiness
      cloud nine; blissfulness; seventh heaven; walking on air.

  • infamies
    • noun a state of extreme dishonor
      opprobrium.
      • a date which will live in infamy"- F.D.Roosevelt
      • the name was a by-word of scorn and opprobrium throughout the city
    • noun evil fame or public reputation

  • anguish
    • noun extreme mental distress
      torment; torture.
    • noun extreme distress of body or mind

  • misery
    • noun a state of ill-being due to affliction or misfortune
      wretchedness; miserableness.
      • the misery and wretchedness of those slums is intolerable
    • noun a feeling of intense unhappiness
      • she was exhausted by her misery and grief

  • horrors
    • noun intense and profound fear
    • noun something that inspires dislike; something horrible
      • the painting that others found so beautiful was a horror to him

  • longings
    • verb desire strongly or persistently
      yearn; hanker.
    • adjective primarily temporal sense; being or indicating a relatively great or greater than average duration or passage of time or a duration as specified
      • a long life
      • a long boring speech
      • a long time
      • a long friendship
      • a long game
      • long ago
      • an hour long

  • joy
    • noun the emotion of great happiness
      joyfulness; joyousness.
    • noun something or someone that provides a source of happiness
      delight; pleasure.
      • a joy to behold
      • the pleasure of his company
      • the new car is a delight

  • sadness
    • noun emotions experienced when not in a state of well-being
      unhappiness.
    • noun the state of being sad
      sorrow; sorrowfulness.
      • she tired of his perpetual sadness

  • hideousness
    • noun dreadful ugliness; horrible repulsiveness

  • beamed
    • noun a signal transmitted along a narrow path; guides airplane pilots in darkness or bad weather
      radio beam.
    • noun long thick piece of wood or metal or concrete, etc., used in construction

  • wretchedness
    • noun a state of ill-being due to affliction or misfortune
      miserableness; misery.
      • the misery and wretchedness of those slums is intolerable
    • noun the character of being uncomfortable and unpleasant
      • the wretchedness for which these prisons became known
      • the grey wretchedness of the rain

  • weariness
    • noun temporary loss of strength and energy resulting from hard physical or mental work
      fatigue; tiredness.
      • he was hospitalized for extreme fatigue
      • growing fatigue was apparent from the decline in the execution of their athletic skills
      • weariness overcame her after twelve hours and she fell asleep

  • yearnings
    • verb desire strongly or persistently
      long; hanker.
    • verb have a desire for something or someone who is not present
      ache; languish; pine; yen.
      • She ached for a cigarette
      • I am pining for my lover

  • torments
    • noun unbearable physical pain
      torture.
    • noun extreme mental distress
      anguish; torture.

  • baseness
    • noun unworthiness by virtue of lacking higher values
      sordidness; despicability; despicableness; contemptibility.

  • joys
    • noun the emotion of great happiness
      joyfulness; joyousness.
    • noun something or someone that provides a source of happiness
      delight; pleasure.
      • a joy to behold
      • the pleasure of his company
      • the new car is a delight

  • horror
    • noun intense and profound fear
    • noun something that inspires dislike; something horrible
      • the painting that others found so beautiful was a horror to him

  • looked
    • noun the feelings expressed on a person's face
      facial expression; expression; aspect; face.
      • a sad expression
      • a look of triumph
      • an angry face
    • noun the act of directing the eyes toward something and perceiving it visually
      looking; looking at.
      • he went out to have a look
      • his look was fixed on her eyes
      • he gave it a good looking at
      • his camera does his looking for him

  • slimy
    • adjective satellite covered with or resembling slime
      slimed.
      • a slimy substance covered the rocks
    • adjective satellite morally reprehensible
      worthless; unworthy; vile; wretched; ugly; despicable.
      • would do something as despicable as murder
      • ugly crimes
      • the vile development of slavery appalled them
      • a slimy little liar

  • raptures
    • noun a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion
      ecstasy; raptus; transport; exaltation.
      • listening to sweet music in a perfect rapture"- Charles Dickens
    • noun a state of elated bliss
      ecstasy.

  • scorn
    • noun lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike
      despite; contempt; disdain.
      • he was held in contempt
      • the despite in which outsiders were held is legendary
    • noun open disrespect for a person or thing
      contempt.

  • glared
    • noun a light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted
      blaze; brilliance.
      • a glare of sunlight
    • noun an angry stare
      glower.

  • amazement
    • noun the feeling that accompanies something extremely surprising
      astonishment.
      • he looked at me in astonishment

  • pangs
    • noun a sudden sharp feeling
      twinge; stab.
      • pangs of regret
      • she felt a stab of excitement
      • twinges of conscience
    • noun a mental pain or distress
      sting.
      • a pang of conscience

  • fling
    • noun a usually brief attempt
      whirl; offer; crack; pass; go.
      • he took a crack at it
      • I gave it a whirl
    • noun a brief indulgence of your impulses
      spree.

  • agony
    • noun intense feelings of suffering; acute mental or physical pain
      torment; torture.
      • an agony of doubt
      • the torments of the damned
    • noun a state of acute pain
      excruciation; suffering.

  • sighs
    • noun an utterance made by exhaling audibly
      suspiration.
    • noun a sound like a person sighing
      • she heard the sigh of the wind in the trees

  • longing
    • noun prolonged unfulfilled desire or need
      hungriness; yearning.
    • verb desire strongly or persistently
      yearn; long; hanker.

  • amidst
    In the midst or middle of; surrounded or encompassed by; among. "This fair tree amidst the garden." "Unseen amid the throng." "Amidst thick clouds." Milton. "Amidst acclamations." "Amidst the splendor and festivity of a court." Macaulay.
    But rather famish them amid their plenty. Shak.
    Syn. -- Amidst, Among. These words differ to some extent from each other, as will be seen from their etymology. Amidst denotes in the midst or middle of, and hence surrounded by; as, this work was written amidst many interruptions. Among denotes a mingling or intermixing with distinct or separable objects; as, "He fell among thieves." "Blessed art thou among women." Hence, we say, among the moderns, among the ancients, among the thickest of trees, among these considerations, among the reasons I have to offer. Amid and amidst are commonly used when the idea of separate or distinguishable objects is not prominent. Hence, we say, they kept on amidst the storm, amidst the gloom, he was sinking amidst the waves, he persevered amidst many difficulties; in none of which cases could among be used. In like manner, Milton speaks of Abdiel, --
    The seraph Abdiel, faithful found; Among the faithless faithful only he, because he was then considered as one of the angels. But when the poet adds, -- From amidst them forth he passed, we have rather the idea of the angels as a collective body. Those squalid cabins and uncleared woods amidst which he was born. Macaulay.

  • loneliness
    • noun the state of being alone in solitary isolation
      solitariness.
    • noun sadness resulting from being forsaken or abandoned
      forlornness; desolation.

  • thine
    A form of the possessive case of the pronoun thou, now superseded in common discourse by your, the possessive of you, but maintaining a place in solemn discourse, in poetry, and in the usual language of the Friends, or Quakers. ✍ In the old style, thine was commonly shortened to thi (thy) when used attributively before words beginning with a consonant; now, thy is used also before vowels. Thine is often used absolutely, the thing possessed being understood.
  • tedium
    • noun the feeling of being bored by something tedious
      ennui; boredom.
    • noun dullness owing to length or slowness
      tiresomeness; tediousness.

  • boredom
    • noun the feeling of being bored by something tedious
      tedium; ennui.

  • revolved
    • adjective satellite turned in a circle around an axis
      rotated.
    • verb turn on or around an axis or a center
      revolve; go around; rotate.
      • The Earth revolves around the Sun
      • The lamb roast rotates on a spit over the fire

  • astonishment
    • noun the feeling that accompanies something extremely surprising
      amazement.
      • he looked at me in astonishment

  • gladness
    • noun experiencing joy and pleasure
      gladfulness; gladsomeness.

  • foulness
    • noun disgusting wickedness and immorality
      • he understood the foulness of sin
      • his display of foulness deserved severe punishment
      • mouths which speak such foulness must be cleansed
    • noun a state characterized by foul or disgusting dirt and refuse
      nastiness; filth; filthiness.

  • nigh
    • adjective not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances
      close; near.
      • near neighbors
      • in the near future
      • they are near equals
      • his nearest approach to success
      • a very near thing
      • a near hit by the bomb
      • she was near tears
      • she was close to tears
      • had a close call
    • adjective satellite being on the left side
      near.
      • the near or nigh horse is the one on the left
      • the animal's left side is its near or nigh side

  • tenderness
    • noun a tendency to express warm and affectionate feeling
    • noun a pain that is felt (as when the area is touched)
      soreness; rawness.
      • the best results are generally obtained by inserting the needle into the point of maximum tenderness
      • after taking a cold, rawness of the larynx and trachea come on

  • flashing
    • noun a short vivid experience
      flash.
      • a flash of emotion swept over him
      • the flashings of pain were a warning
    • noun sheet metal shaped and attached to a roof for strength and weatherproofing

  • triviality
    • noun the quality of being unimportant and petty or frivolous
      pettiness; puniness; slightness.
    • noun a detail that is considered insignificant
      trifle; technicality.

  • grief
    • noun intense sorrow caused by loss of a loved one (especially by death)
      heartache; brokenheartedness; heartbreak.
    • noun something that causes great unhappiness
      sorrow.
      • her death was a great grief to John

  • looking
    • noun the act of directing the eyes toward something and perceiving it visually
      looking at; look.
      • he went out to have a look
      • his look was fixed on her eyes
      • he gave it a good looking at
      • his camera does his looking for him
    • noun the act of searching visually
      looking for.

  • forlornness
    • noun sadness resulting from being forsaken or abandoned
      loneliness; desolation.

  • desolation
    • noun the state of being decayed or destroyed
      devastation.
    • noun a bleak and desolate atmosphere
      bareness; bleakness; nakedness.
      • the nakedness of the landscape



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