Sinónimos de wretched en inglés:

wretched


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1‘I felt so wretched because I thought I might never see you again’

SINÓNIMOS
miserable, unhappy, sad, broken-hearted, heartbroken, grief-stricken, grieving, sorrowful, sorrowing, mourning, anguished, distressed, desolate, devastated, despairing, inconsolable, disconsolate, downcast, down, downhearted, dejected, crestfallen, cheerless, depressed, melancholy, morose, gloomy, glum, mournful, doleful, dismal, forlorn, woeful, woebegone, abject, low-spirited, long-faced
coloquial blue, down in the mouth, down in the dumps, choked, cut up
Britanico coloquial gutted
literario dolorous
arcaico chap-fallen
ANTÓNIMOS

cheerful

2‘I feel wretched’

SINÓNIMOS
ill, unwell, poorly, sick, sickly, ailing, below par
Britanico off colour
coloquial under the weather, out of sorts
malsonante crappy
ANTÓNIMOS

well

3‘their living conditions are particularly wretched’

SINÓNIMOS
harsh, hard, grim, stark, difficult
poor, poverty-stricken, run down, down at heel, impoverished
pitiful, piteous, pathetic, tragic, miserable, bleak, cheerless, hopeless, sorry, sordid, shabby, seedy, dilapidated, shoddy, godforsaken
coloquial scummy, crummy
Britanico coloquial grotty
ANTÓNIMOS

comfortable, luxurious

4‘the wretched dweller in the shanty town doesn't choose to live there’

SINÓNIMOS
unfortunate, unlucky, luckless, down on one's luck, ill-starred, star-crossed, damned, blighted, hapless, poor, pitiable, distressed, downtrodden, oppressed, powerless, helpless
ANTÓNIMOS

fortunate

5‘he's a wretched coward’

SINÓNIMOS
despicable, contemptible, beyond contempt, reprehensible, base, low, vile, mean, scurvy, abominable, loathsome, hateful, detestable, odious, disreputable, depraved, debased, infamous, villainous, ignoble, shameful, shabby, worthless
coloquial dirty, filthy, dirty rotten, rotten, low-down, no-good, lousy
Britanico coloquial beastly
ANTÓNIMOS

worthy, admirable

6‘they had several days of wretched weather’

SINÓNIMOS
terrible, awful, dire, dreadful, atrocious, unspeakable, dismal, bad, poor, lamentable, deplorable, unsatisfactory, substandard, low-quality, inferior
coloquial yucky, godawful
Britanico coloquial beastly, pants, a load of pants
ANTÓNIMOS

excellent

7‘I keep telling you, I don't want the wretched money’

SINÓNIMOS
damn, damned, blasted, blessed, flaming, precious, confounded, rotten
Britanico coloquial flipping, blinking, blooming, blimming, bloody, bleeding, effing, naffing, chuffing
Norteamericano coloquial goddam
inglés de Australia, inglés de Nueva Zelanda coloquial plurry
Britanico coloquial, anticuado bally, ruddy, deuced
malsonante fucking, frigging
Britanico malsonante sodding
inglés de Irlanda malsonante fecking