adjective, sad·der, sad·dest.
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OTHER WORDS FROM sadsadly, adverbsadness, noun
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In fact, multiple studies have shown that people think the sadder a tragedy is, the better a movie it is.The Science of Weepies: Why We Love Crying at the Movies|Elizabeth Picciuto|June 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Rather, as with my two late colleagues, the life is smaller, sadder, and without clear remedy.
“What he did to the Church internally is a sadder story, most strikingly in his failure on the abuse crisis,” Berry says.The Seedy Side of Sainthood: Was John Paul II Canonized Too Fast?|Barbie Latza Nadeau|April 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But he knew exactly what he was saying in that interview, and the results are sadder to contemplate than his famous errors.Arab Spring Comment Was a Romney Love Letter to the Israeli Right Wing|Michael Tomasky|July 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Also tied, Kazakhstan and Bhutan are happier than Moldova, but sadder than Laos.
It was sadder to visit because of the new graves there, and Zebedee had to abandon his usual cheerful graveyard spirits.Tripping with the Tucker Twins|Nell Speed
The man laughed—it was a low, peculiar laugh, sadder than some men's tears.Daisy's Necklace|Thomas Bailey Aldrich
I realised that it was hopeless, and, a sadder but a wiser man, I rose from the ground.The Treasure of the Tigris|A. F. Mockler Ferryman
But if they are not subsidiary to the man, and his character, then he is a sadder spectacle than a vain book or a poor picture.The Potiphar Papers|George William Curtis
He held it for some time ere he broke the seal, and his features assumed a sadder, graver cast than before.The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)|Charles James Lever