Sentence for sad | Use sad in a sentence

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  • Very sad! (8)
  • How very very sad! (10)
  • Sad is it! (10)
  • A sad quiet face! (5)
  • I too am often sad. (8)
  • Were they veree sad? (8)
  • It is a rather sad story. (12)
  • She simpered and looked sad. (10)
  • She is not of that sad flock. (10)
  • And he uttered a little sad laugh. (8)
  • She made a sad attempt at smiling. (10)
  • She made a sad attempt at smiling. (22)
  • He always makes me feel sad, somehow. (9)
  • Her heart was completely sad at parting. (4)
  • Petty recalled him from that sad reverie. (8)
  • Sad to have a thing like that said about you. (8)
  • The anomaly is sad, but it is not infrequent. (9)
  • The expression on his face was so sad and puzzling. (8)
  • Sad that so small a murmur should destroy it for ever! (10)
  • It was sad to Fanny to lose all the pleasures of spring. (4)
  • In sad fact, the member for England is often intoxicate. (10)
  • She felt her heart turning over and over, he looked so sad. (8)
  • The sad old servant in her bosom was resuming his labours. (10)
  • Richard uttered in a deep sad voice, as he walked the room. (10)
  • Those old monks had lived in an age surely not so sad as this. (8)
  • How strange is life, how sad and perplexing its contradictions! (9)
  • I confess I faint at the thought of things so sad and shameful. (10)
  • Those three days at Robin Hill had been exciting, sad, embarrassing. (8)
  • Upon such occasions poor Mr. Woodhouses feelings were in sad warfare. (4)
  • Now the metamorphosis was reversed: need it be wondered if I were sad? (6)
  • Undoubtedly it was very sad for Adrian to be compelled to witness it. (10)
  • Her look of meek despair was hauntingly sad with Anthony on his way home. (10)
  • Everything was a pleasure to her that day, even the sight of this sad face. (8)
  • It is worse to see a pale sad face with a smile of unalterable tenderness. (10)
  • It is worse to see a pale sad face with a smile of unalterable tenderness. (22)
  • Coyotes and buzzards had performed the last sad rites for pretty much all else. (1)
  • But I heard the voice of a woman singing some sad, old, endless ballad not far off. (2)
  • A sad irony, which told that much gold-leaf had peeled away from her image in his heart. (10)
  • There, amongst them, is poor Herd, still so sad from his summer loss, plodding doggedly away. (8)
  • It has been a sad, heavy winter hitherto, without Reginald, and seeing nobody from Churchhill. (4)
  • The gaze was sad in its thoughtfulness, such as our feelings translate of the light of evening. (10)
  • If he is sick or sad, and cannot work, if he is lazy or tipsy, and will not, then he earns nothing. (9)
  • By and by, after acting serenest innocent, suddenly broken, she will be copious of sad confessions. (10)
  • The soldier, who had risen heavily, offered Noel one of his podgy hands, with a sad and heavy giggle. (8)
  • Over, this sad subject, of which we must presume her to be accurately cognizant, Rose brooded heavily. (10)
  • Returning, she found them both with sad visages, and she ventured, in alarm for them, to ask the cause. (10)
  • There was a rapid alteration of the sad history of Clara the unloved matron solaced by two little ones. (10)
  • Sometimes a sad quietude overspread his features, like the quietude of waves where a ship has gone down. (12)
  • It annoyed her that she should have these stupid, sad thoughts on the occasion of such a happy home coming! (5)
  • The day, indeed, is sad when we see the skeleton of the mistress by whom we suffer, but cannot abandon her. (10)
  • The butterflies closed their wings; and on each of their little faces came a look so sad and questioning that Mr. (8)
  • They came to excel in the sad knowledge of the line at which respectability distinguishes itself from shabbiness. (9)
  • He regarded her with a sad sympathy in his eye as she laughed and laughed with delicious intelligence of the case. (9)
  • The water curved, and dimpled, and flowed flat, and the whole body of it rushed into the spaces of sad splendour. (10)
  • Though it was practically annoying that she should be sad, the hue and spirit of sadness came home to her aspect. (10)
  • And Barbara saw, once more on his face that look, neither sad nor impatient, but as of one uninhabited and waiting. (8)
  • Victor approved: with the deadened feeling common to us when first in sad earnest we consent to take life as it is. (10)
  • And besides all this outward show, the hearts too were sad, and saddest of all was that of the young widowed duchess. (5)
  • I will confide to you that it is of the utmost importance we should be here, on the spot, until the sad termination! (10)
  • She could only admit that there was sadness in the issue; hitherto, at least, nothing worse than sad disappointment. (10)
  • She could only admit that there was sadness in the issue; hitherto, at least, nothing worse than sad disappointment. (22)
  • He had an air at once fierce and sad, and a half-barbaric, homicidal gentility of manner fascinating enough in its way. (9)
  • They seemed to be dancing in a slow and sad cotillon, while behind the hedge on every side were warders armed with guns. (8)
  • He grew pale and sad, but did his work, playing his games, and only letting his friends speak to him of lessons and play. (10)
  • The sad patience of old people who cannot exert themselves was masked by a smile which his lips preserved even in private. (8)
  • It symbolized for him all that was catch-penny in the national life-an epitaph on the grave of generosity, unutterably sad. (8)
  • He looked through sad thoughts across the benches of the compartments to the farther end of the carriage, where sat the Rev. (10)
  • The regrets of the youthful for a life sailing away under medical sentence of death in the sad eyes of relatives resemble it. (10)
  • It was a heartiness, and a warmth, and a sincerity which Anne delighted in the more, from the sad want of such blessings at home. (4)
  • We are now in a sad state; no house was ever more altered; the whole party are at war, and Mainwaring scarcely dares speak to me. (4)
  • A sense as of mystery, too, clung to that sad day, and about the end of one whose life had been so well-ordered, balanced, and above-board. (8)
  • But, indeed, since there must be Gray Nuns, is it not well that there are sentimentalists to take a mournful pleasure in their sad, pallid existence? (9)

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