So the woes of a high-profile, gay-celebrity couple I suppose in some ways does highlight the common humanity of us all.
To add to his woes, the president is repeatedly stiff-armed, both at home and abroad.
Even when she was writing about the woes of a cracking marriage or the trials of aging, her humor always floated angst-free.
But amid their tumbling words describing their woes, they express disbelief much will come from the talks.
Despite a willingness in the media to leave WikiLeaks for dead, Smith believes the group will survive these current woes.
The employees of the store poured their woes into his ears; and never in vain.
The pressure of her hand by her husband effaced all woes, present and future.
He served as a publisher's hack and he knew from personal experience the woes of Grub-street writers.
"We used to cry over Uncle Tom's woes," the doctor continued.
My woes would come as soon as he departed; but I hoped to have the raft ready for a movement by that time.
Old English wa, a common exclamation of lament in many languages (cf. Latin væ, Greek oa, German weh, Lettish wai, Old Irish fe, Welsh gwae, Armenian vay). The noun is attested from late 12c., from the interjection.