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unhappy adj.

VERBS be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, grow She grew more unhappy as the years went by. | make sb It makes me very unhappy to see you so miserable.

ADV. deeply, desperately, distinctly, dreadfully, extremely, most, really, terribly, very, wretchedly She is deeply unhappy. He described it as ‘a most unhappy and distressing case’. | entirely We felt entirely unhappy with the whole situation. | increasingly | a bit, a little, rather | clearly, obviously | equally He was equally unhappy with the alternative. | personally

PREP. about He sounded a bit unhappy about the extra work he had to do. | at She was very unhappy at the idea of staying in London. | with They were terribly unhappy with the arrangements.