The people who tried government regulation have lives which are miserable.
A paper cup of water with a bent straw is placed before the frantic and miserable patient and all present implore him to Sip!
Doctors have a vast platform to investigate, tabulate, and disseminate just how miserable they are.
Instead, she lives in miserable circumstances, only made more miserable by the attention her beauty earns.
Knightley found him to be a drunken burnout living on a miserable pension over a seedy café in East London.
But whenever we pass it, or stop at it, I think of that miserable day and all my fears.
She had lost her self-sufficiency and self-respect, and she was miserable.
What miserable creatures we poor devils of the South would have been!
It was a miserable day, as wretched a party of pleasure as could be imagined.
Of all this Haviland was aware, and an intense pity arose in his heart as he gazed upon the miserable wreck.
early 15c., "full of misery, causing wretchedness" (of conditions), from Old French miserable "prone to pity, merciful," and directly from Latin miserabilis "pitiable, miserable, deplorable, lamentable," from miserari "to pity, lament, deplore," from miser "wretched" (see miser). Of persons, "existing in a state of misery" it is attested from 1520s.