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Sadness is the name of an emotion that is classified as an abstract noun. Unless there is a unique person or place called Sadness, it cannot be a proper noun. You might find the following ‘sad’ place name interesting, some using an abstract noun as a proper noun. There are some really sad places on earth. Countries torn by war and violence.What is a better word for Sad?
bitter, blue, cheerless, despairing, dismal, distraught, down, forlorn, gloomy, glum, heartbroken, heavy hearted, lonely, lost, melancholy, miserable, mournful, negative, out of sorts, pensive, pessimistic, sombre/somber, sorry, unhappy Plus spare blank cards to write your own words….What is the meaning of the word sad?
The earlier verb was simply sad, from Middle English saden "become weary or indifferent," also "make (something) hard or stiff," from Old English sadian, which also could be the source of the modern verb. The intransitive meaning "to become sorrowful" is from 1718. Related: Saddened; saddening.