wretched

Lame vs Wretched - What's the difference?

lame | wretched |


As a noun lame

is sea.

As an adjective wretched is

very miserable; sunk in, or accompanied by, deep affliction or distress, as from want, anxiety, or grief; calamitous; woeful; very afflicting.

Wretched vs Damned - What's the difference?

wretched | damned |


As adjectives the difference between wretched and damned

is that wretched is very miserable; sunk in, or accompanied by, deep affliction or distress, as from want, anxiety, or grief; calamitous; woeful; very afflicting while damned is god-forsaken.

As an adverb damned is

(vulgar) very.

As a verb damned is

(damn).

Sulky vs Wretched - What's the difference?

sulky | wretched |


As adjectives the difference between sulky and wretched

is that sulky is silent and withdrawn after being upset while wretched is very miserable; sunk in, or accompanied by, deep affliction or distress, as from want, anxiety, or grief; calamitous; woeful; very afflicting.

As a noun sulky

is a low two-wheeled cart, used in harness racing.

Destitutelost vs Wretched - What's the difference?

destitutelost | wretched | Related terms |

Destitutelost is a related term of wretched.


As an adjective wretched is

very miserable; sunk in, or accompanied by, deep affliction or distress, as from want, anxiety, or grief; calamitous; woeful; very afflicting.

Uncomfortable vs Wretched - What's the difference?

uncomfortable | wretched | Related terms |

Uncomfortable is a related term of wretched.


As adjectives the difference between uncomfortable and wretched

is that uncomfortable is not comfortable while wretched is very miserable; sunk in, or accompanied by, deep affliction or distress, as from want, anxiety, or grief; calamitous; woeful; very afflicting.

Wretched vs Pitiful - What's the difference?

wretched | pitiful | Related terms |

Wretched is a related term of pitiful.


As adjectives the difference between wretched and pitiful

is that wretched is very miserable; sunk in, or accompanied by, deep affliction or distress, as from want, anxiety, or grief; calamitous; woeful; very afflicting while pitiful is feeling pity; merciful.

Bitter vs Wretched - What's the difference?

bitter | wretched |


As adjectives the difference between bitter and wretched

is that bitter is having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance) while wretched is very miserable; sunk in, or accompanied by, deep affliction or distress, as from want, anxiety, or grief; calamitous; woeful; very afflicting.

As a noun bitter

is (usually in the plural bitters) a liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic.

As a verb bitter

is to make bitter.

Injured vs Wretched - What's the difference?

injured | wretched | Related terms |

Injured is a related term of wretched.


As a verb injured

is (injure).

As an adjective wretched is

very miserable; sunk in, or accompanied by, deep affliction or distress, as from want, anxiety, or grief; calamitous; woeful; very afflicting.

Wretched vs Awful - What's the difference?

wretched | awful | Related terms |

Wretched is a related term of awful.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between wretched and awful

is that wretched is (obsolete) hatefully contemptible; despicable; wicked while awful is (obsolete) terror-stricken.

As adjectives the difference between wretched and awful

is that wretched is very miserable; sunk in, or accompanied by, deep affliction or distress, as from want, anxiety, or grief; calamitous; woeful; very afflicting while awful is oppressing with fear or horror; appalling, terrible.

As an adverb awful is

(colloquial) very, extremely; as, an awful big house.

Neglected vs Wretched - What's the difference?

neglected | wretched | Related terms |

Neglected is a related term of wretched.


As adjectives the difference between neglected and wretched

is that neglected is suffering from neglect while wretched is very miserable; sunk in, or accompanied by, deep affliction or distress, as from want, anxiety, or grief; calamitous; woeful; very afflicting.

As a verb neglected

is (neglect).

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