The Saddest Phrases

1. Alien
If someone is referred to as an alien, it means they are a foreigner and, the implication is that they don’t belong. Since everyone wants to feel like they fit in wherever they might be, the label of alien can be a hard cross to bear

2. Almost
This word is tinged with perpetual runner-up status. Almost is defined as “very nearly, all but.” She almost won the race. He almost scored an A on the test. They almost won the lottery. Alas, if almost is firmly lodged in your vocabulary, you may continuously be one step behind everyone else. There’s always next time, right?

3. Forlorn
There is just nothing good to say about forlorn, “Desolate or dreary; unhappy or miserable” The meaning draws a pretty bleak picture. You’re blue, down in the dumps, woebegone. That’s a forlorn feeling, for sure

4. Goodbye my love
If you listen to the words, he is talking about someone he fell in love with,he knew from the start is wasn’t going to work out, but in his heart he thought it might just work out. Even thou he knew it wasn’t going to he still fell head over heals for her. She’s the one that stole his heart, and the one that broke his heart. I think that he finally realized that no matter how hard he wants it to work it never will so he is saying goodbye

5. Heartbroken
Heartbroken is a tough word. We define it as “crushed with sorrow or grief.” We’ve all been there at one time or another—you know it as soon as you feel it, and you can’t wait for it to go away. This concept tends to rear its ugly head around February 14th

6. If only
If only can be defined as “I wish that.” If only I had known you were coming, I would have met your plane.” This expression can also be one of wistful regret. “If only we had met 10 years ago”

7. Lonely
If you’re lonely, you are inherently sad. One (er, sadly) goes with the other. There’s no possible way to put a positive spin on this one. So, we’ll just leave it be

8. Melancholy
We define melancholy as “a gloomy state of mind, especially when habitual or prolonged; depression.” As an example, think about Charlie Brown lying on the pitching mound after getting drilled with yet another line drive

9. Too late
This phrase is generally colored with the brush of regret. Whatever the reason, too late means you are missing out on the fun, so pick up the speed!

10. No time
You could pair this with the previously stated “too late.” You’ve run out of time. For what? To clean the house, to call your parents, to repair your relationship. “No time” is an easy out, a mindless way of defending no action. Want to turn your sad words into happy ones? There’s time

11. Noob
A newbie, especially a person who is new to an online community and whose online participation and interactions display a lack of skill or knowledge

12. What might have been
What might have been is a phrase often tinged with regret. Many movies on Lifetime use this concept. “He gazed into the sunset for a brief moment and watched her vintage MG head off down the long dusty road. With a casual shrug, he turned around and headed back into the now empty and silent farmhouse, wondering what might have been”

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