adjective, sad·der, sad·dest.
SYNONYMS FOR sad
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Origin of sad
OTHER WORDS FROM sadsadly, adverbsadness, noun
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Origin of sād
Example sentences from the Web for sad
Old age is the saddest and rarest way to go; I witnessed it only once.
Fated to die in the end like all the others he describes himself as “the saddest man in the world… infinitely sad.”
For smokers to feel good safely, sellers have to become Al Bundys of Bud, salesmen of the saddest sort.
The saddest thing for LaSalvia was that he had so much hope for the GOP after the 2012 election.The Gay Conservative Quitting the GOP Over ‘Bigotry’|Ben Jacobs|January 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Glee's tribute to Monteith was one of its saddest and best episodes.
My sleeping thoughts were of the saddest; and when I awoke, I could not shake them off.Tom Burke Of "Ours", Volume II (of II)|Charles James Lever
Love, motherhood, and loss—the loss that is saddest of all losses to women, be they wives or maids or religieuses.Why Joan?|Eleanor Mercein Kelly
She was in gray and she had the saddest face in the world; and oh, Phil, she took you homeshe took you home!The Lady of the Forest|L. T. Meade
In this chapter I wish to tell you about one of the saddest events that happened in all that sad time of persecution in Missouri.
With Traun, we say: poor Prince Karl is off, weeks ago; on the saddest of errands.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XV. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle