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Oxford dictionary definition of the word miserable:
1(of a person) wretchedly unhappy or uncomfortable:
their happiness made Anne feel even more miserable
causing unhappiness or discomfort:
horribly wet and miserable conditions
(of a person) habitually morose:
a miserable man in his late sixties
2pitiably small or inadequate:
all they pay me is a miserable £8,000 a year
Australian/NZ & Scottish miserly:
a lousy dollar a day — could any government be more miserable?
3 [attributive] contemptible (used as a term of abuse or for emphasis):
you miserable old creep!
late Middle English: from French misérable, from Latin miserabilis ‘pitiable’, from miserari ‘to pity’, from miser ‘wretched’