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What is another word for “sad”? Here is a list of “sad” synonyms that are commonly used in English. Learn these words to use instead of SAD with example sentences to increase your English vocabulary.
Sad Definition and Examples
Meaning of Sad: An unhappy emotion that someone can feel in the wake of a negative event, real or perceived. It describes the mental state of anguish and is the precursor of depression.
“It is easy to feel sad if someone you love does not care about your feelings”
“The ability to be happy, and not sad is rooted deeply in the ability to focus on the good in life.”
” Happiness is time precipitation, smile is the lonely sad.”
Other Words for “Sad”
Often-used synonyms for the word “sad”.
List of 100 different words to use instead of “sad”.
Sad Synonyms with Examples
For example: He’d been feeling blue all week.
For example: This is a cold, cheerless place.
For example: She looked so dejected when she lost the game.
For example: She felt very depressed about the future.
For example: The prisoners grew increasingly desperate.
For example: Learners can feel very discouraged if an exercise is too difficult.
For example: I am completely disgusted at you.
For example: She kept her eyes slightly downcast to avoid looking into their faces.
For example: His apathy just made her even more frustrated.
For example: We sat in gloomy silence.
For example: I tried to ignore her hateful words.
For example: It got very heavy when they shouted at me.
For example: We were cold, wet and thoroughly miserable.
For example: I couldn’t bear the mournful look on her face.
For example: Paul was in a sombre mood.
For example: She always look at me with sorrowful eyes.
For example: She made a tearful phone call to her family.
For example: I hate to see you unhappy.
For example: This decision is likely to upset a lot of people.
For example: She was feeling tired and weepy.
For example: I felt wretched about the way things had turned out.
For example: He has a woeful face.
For example: Privately, both of us nursed a forlorn hope.
For example: The music suited her melancholy mood.
More interesting examples with the word “sad”
“He wept when he heard the sad news.”
“When a close friend dies, we can’t help but feel sad.”
“Never frown,even when you are sad,because you never kown who is falling in love with your smile.”
“I really don’t know whether to be happy or sad here today.”
“It’s sad to see her moping about the house like this. What’s the matter with her?”
” My grandmother was becoming more and more sad and frail as the years went by.”
“It is sad to see a county confine its activities to undignified public bickering.”
” A person quiet a person cry movie clips, the whole world is sad.”
“I am not how free and easy, nor is it how sad, I’m just used to silence.”
Describing yourself can be tricky. You want to be honest, but not brutally so. You want to impress, but without coming off as narcissistic. You want to be positive, but not over the top.
Whether you’re preparing for the classic interview question “Tell me about yourself” or writing a Tinder profile, it’s worth spending the time to get it right.
Fortunately, as long as you follow a few guidelines when choosing the right words to describe yourself, you can create a great, long-lasting first impression.
Read on to learn pick the best words to describe yourself and see lists of:
Positive words to describe yourself in any situation
Words to describe yourself in an interview
Words to describe yourself on a resume
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1. Positive Words to Describe Yourself
Describing yourself in a few words to someone who doesn’t know you is tough. It’s worth spending some time figuring out how you can make a great first impression, because once formed, first impressions are hard to shake.
Regardless of the situation, the key to describing yourself is to stay upbeat and positive. Now is not the time for humility. The best words to describe yourself will be those that honestly capture your positive qualities.
Here’s a list of positive words that can be used to describe yourself for any situation:
Positive Words to Describe Yourself
2. Words to Describe Yourself in an Interview
One common interview question goes something like this: “What are 5 words to describe yourself?”. The stakes are higher, but the same rules from above apply (stay positive and be honest). The only difference is now you have to be more specific.
When the hiring manager asks this question, they are trying to assess whether you have the personality and the skills needed to excel on the job. The key to nailing this job interview question is to stay relevant and provide evidence.
If the adjectives you use to describe yourself are irrelevant to the job, chances are the HR manager won’t be impressed. Likewise, anyone can say they are creative and hardworking. You need to follow up the adjectives with examples of how you demonstrate that quality.
Let’s say a nurse is applying for a job at a hospital and the interviewer asks “What are three good words to describe yourself?” Let’s see an example that misses the mark.
Cue the awkward pause when the HR manager is waiting for a follow-up that never comes.
And of course there’s nothing wrong with being shy, but shyness is irrelevant to the position at hand.
Okay, how can we improve the above response?
What Are 3 Words to Describe Yourself
Let’s see. I’m reliable-I was so consistent in updating patient’s charts that I was promoted to a position responsible for training new hires. I’m very cheerful-Studies show that positivity can have a huge effect on patient recovery times, so I smile often and crack jokes whenever the time is right. And I’m energetic-In my last position at a long term care facility, I was single-handedly caring for up to 15 patients per shift. That required me to move fast while still paying attention to small details.
Wow-Now that’s an answer.
Highly relevant, honest, and with evidence to back it all up.
Here’s a list of professional words to use in case you’re asked “What are the three best words to describe yourself?” in an interview:
Words to Describe Yourself in an Interview
Read more: How to Answer the “Tell Me About Yourself” Interview Question
3. Words to Describe Yourself on a Resume
No matter what type of resume you’re writing, a short resume profile at the top can be a great way to make an elevator pitch that you’re the right candidate for the job. Afterall, recruiters are pressed for time. According to hiring statistics, corporate job offers receive 250 applications on average.
The secret to describing yourself in a resume introduction is to use adjectives relevant to the job and mention achievements that will wow the recruiter. You also want to tailor your resume introduction to the job posting, but don’t copy the job ad word for word! A survey found that 44% of hiring managers automatically reject resumes that appear to duplicate the job posting.
Here’s a list of positive words to describe yourself on a resume:
Words to Describe Yourself on a Resume
Read more: 240 Resume Words: Action Words and Power Verbs
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You might also have noticed that many of the synonyms or related slang words are racist/sexist/offensive/downright appalling – that’s mostly thanks to the lovely community over at Urban Dictionary (not affiliated with Urban Thesaurus). Urban Thesaurus crawls the web and collects millions of different slang terms, many of which come from UD and turn out to be really terrible and insensitive (this is the nature of urban slang, I suppose). Hopefully the related words and synonyms for “term” are a little tamer than average.
As you’ve probably noticed, the slang synonyms for “term” are listed above. Note that due to the nature of the algorithm, some results returned by your query may only be concepts, ideas or words that are related to “term” (perhaps tenuously). This is simply due to the way the search algorithm works.
The Urban Thesaurus was created by indexing millions of different slang terms which are defined on sites like Urban Dictionary. These indexes are then used to find usage correlations between slang terms. The official Urban Dictionary API is used to show the hover-definitions. Note that this thesaurus is not in any way affiliated with Urban Dictionary.
Due to the way the algorithm works, the thesaurus gives you mostly related slang words, rather than exact synonyms. The higher the terms are in the list, the more likely that they’re relevant to the word or phrase that you searched for. The search algorithm handles phrases and strings of words quite well, so for example if you want words that are related to lol and rofl you can type in lol rofl and it should give you a pile of related slang terms. Or you might try boyfriend or girlfriend to get words that can mean either one of these (e.g. bae). Please also note that due to the nature of the internet (and especially UD), there will often be many terrible and offensive terms in the results.
There is still lots of work to be done to get this slang thesaurus to give consistently good results, but I think it’s at the stage where it could be useful to people, which is why I released it.
Special thanks to the contributors of the open-source code that was used in this project: @krisk, @HubSpot, and @mongodb.
Finally, you might like to check out the growing collection of curated slang words for different topics over at Slangpedia.
My hubby and I have been watching Game of Thrones again, and it’s struck me just how many evil characters there are in the show. It would get old to simply call them all evil, though. Luckily, there are better words for ‘evil’ than simply ‘evil’ and ‘very bad’. For example, if someone is very evil, you can call them nefarious or depraved. English gives us a wealth of evil synonyms. In this post, you’ll learn 18 words to describe bad people, inspired by the wicked characters of Game of Thrones! From the Lannisters to the Boltons, from the High Sparrow to the Night King, learn fabulous ways to describe the great villains of Westeros! Scroll to the end to download the evil synonym infographic!
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Evil Synonym 1: Sadistic
A sadistic person gets pleasure, especially sexual pleasure, from hurting other people. This is an appropriate way to describe Joffrey Baratheon, don’t you think?
This word has an interesting history. It comes from the name of a French writer, the Marquis de Sade. Wikipedia tells us that he was most famous “for his erotic works, which combined philosophical discourse with pornography, depicting sexual fantasies with an emphasis on violence, criminality, and blasphemy against Christianity.”
Evil Synonym 2: Conniving
If someone is conniving, they behave in a way that secretly hurts others or deliberately fails to prevent others from being hurt. Can you think of a more conniving person than Cersei Lannister? I can’t.
Someone who is amoral does not follow any moral rules and does not care about right and wrong. I thought this was a great way to describe Tywin Lannister. He’s driven by family and legacy, and he never pauses to think about right or wrong. He’s not immoral, he’s amoral. He doesn’t care about right and wrong. He does what he needs to do without consideration for the morality of his choices, which are sometimes appalling.
Isn’t IMMORAL the same as AMORAL?
Evil Synonym 4: Perverse
No evil thesaurus would be complete without this next word. A perverse person shows a deliberate determination to behave in a way that most people think is wrong or unacceptable. This evil synonym fits Qyburn to a T. He is the Dr. Frankenstein of Game of Thrones, after all!
What does TO A T mean?
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Evil Synonym 5: Ferocious
I struggled with choosing just one evil synonym for the Mountain, but I settled on ferocious, which means very aggressive or violent.
It turns out that the actor who plays the Mountain is a really nice guy in real life! Unlike his character in Game of Thrones, he’s actually got a sense of humor, too!
Evil Synonym 6: Tyrannical
The High Sparrow is many things. He is puritanical and a fanatic, and he is also tyrannical. Being tyrannical means that he uses his power and authority over people in an unfair and cruel way.
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In all of Game of Thrones, no one is more devious than Littlefinger. A devious person behaves in a dishonest or indirect way, or tricks people, in order to get something.
If you wanted to make a pun on his name, you could say that Littlefinger was underhanded, which is a synonym for ‘devious’. Hehe!
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Evil Synonym 8: Ruthless
Unlike the other characters in this post, Stannis Baratheon isn’t really a villain. Of course, he’s no angel either. And one of his worst qualities is his utter ruthlessness.
If someone is ruthless, they are determined to get what they want and do not care if they hurt other people. This word fits Stannis like a glove!
Evil Synonym 9: Faithless
A faithless person is not loyal, and you cannot rely on or trust them. Walder Frey, anyone?
Evil Synonym 10: Treacherous
This evil synonym is similar to the previous one. When I say that Roose Bolton is treacherous, I mean that he is willing to betray trust, that he is someone who intends to harm you while seeming friendly or loyal.
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Evil Synonym 11: Bloodthirsty
No one in Game of Thrones terrifies me as much as Ramsay Bolton. He is bloodthirsty, which means that he is someone who wants to kill or wound, and that he enjoys seeing or hearing about killing and violence.
Whether he’s flaying his enemies, castrating his hostages, or throwing his lover’s rivals to the dogs, Ramsay Bolton loves killing and violence. You might say it’s his favorite hobby.
What does FLAY mean?
What does CASTRATE mean?
Evil Synonym 12: Perfidious
Perfidious is a literary word that describes someone who is deliberately dishonest and cannot be trusted.
Evil Synonym 13: Rapacious
If someone is rapacious, they want more money or goods than they need or have a right to.
The Great Masters of Meereen are rapacious. They fight to keep their slaves. They don’t need slaves, and no one has a right to own another human being. This is a formal word, and it’s a strong word. It’s much stronger than ‘greedy’.
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Evil Synonym 14: Vicious
A vicious person is violent and has a desire to cause pain and suffering. The Waif has a vicious nature.
Euron Greyjoy is a savage character. This evil synonym means aggressive, violent, and causing great harm.
Evil Synonym 16: Degenerate
What do you call a man like Craster, who sacrifices his sons and mates with his daughters?
You call him degenerate, which means that he has moral standards that have fallen to a level that is very low and unacceptable to most people.
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Evil Synonym 17: Bigoted
A bigoted person has strong and unfair feelings of hate towards members of a group and refuses to accept them.
Although he’s a minor character, Lord Randyll Tarly gives us a perfect example of a bigoted human being. He hates Gilly without knowing her because of where she’s from. He hates all the people from her part of the world.
Evil Synonym 18: Cold-Blooded
I couldn’t resist the pun this time! The Night King is cold-blooded! ❄️😁⛄
If someone is cold-blooded, they show no feelings or pity for other people. We often describe murderers as cold-blooded. But no murderer could be as cold-blooded as the Night King! He looks like he’s made of ice, after all!
Thanks for checking out these 18 words to describe bad people! Hopefully none of the words on this evil synonyms list describe you, but you can use them to describe your enemies! Mwah ha ha! Next time you’re looking for another word for ‘bad person’, visit this evil thesaurus infographic for inspiration!
Isn’t English vocabulary fun? 😈
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