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Pronunciation of Miseries: Learn how to pronounce Miseries in English correctly

Learn how to say Miseries correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word misery:

noun (plural miseries)
[mass noun]
a state or feeling of great physical or mental distress or discomfort:
a man who had brought her nothing but misery
the misery of the miner’s existence
[count noun] (usually miseries) a cause or source of great distress or discomfort:
the miseries of war
[count noun] British informal a person who is constantly miserable or discontented:
have we really been such a bunch of miseries to work with?
Phrases

make someone’s life a misery (or make life a misery for someone)
cause someone severe distress by continued unpleasantness or harassment:
the blackmail that was making his father’s life a misery
put someone/thing out of their misery
end the suffering of a person or animal in pain by killing them:
I’ll send him to our ‘hospice’ tent and then I’ll put him out of his misery
informal release someone from suspense or anxiety by telling them something they are anxious to know:
listeners were put out of their misery just before midday when broadcasters admitted to the April Fool
Origin:

late Middle English: from Old French miserie, from Latin miseria, from miser ‘wretched’