ddiffeithwch, diffeithwch, anghyfanhedd-dra, distryw, ddistryw, hanghyfanhedd-dra, niffeithwch, nistryw
Noun(1) the state of being decayed or destroyed(2) a bleak and desolate atmosphere(3) sadness resulting from being forsaken or abandoned(4) an event that results in total destruction
(1) The trek from Pyongyang, across some 10,000 kilometers of Siberian desolation , took 10 days.(2) Each month was a roller coaster of emotions: hope and then, when my menses inevitably began, pain, despair and desolation .(3) Even at student age I wasn't old enough to appreciate the melancholic desolation which seeps through the cracks of the comedy.(4) Or perhaps they're the impoverished hill farmers that live hard, breadline lives in isolated, public service-free zones of desolation .(5) The incidents that had occurred during the past few days only served to increase her sense of desolation and loneliness.(6) There was the same sadness in his eyes, however, and the same desolation .(7) They are grief stricken by the desolation of the land around them.(8) in choked desolation, she watched him leave(9) It is a scene of utter desolation caused by the great famine of 1770.(10) He could hardly believe his eyes at the trail of destruction and burning and the general desolation of the scene.(11) A visitor in 1906 wrote of the desolation of the scene and the damage done to this beautiful area by the miners, but now the regrowth of kamahi has covered most of the relics of the mining.(12) Thus the place of creation becomes the place of desolation and eventual destruction.(13) The fact that there is fear, grief and desolation in the world is something he understands, but even this only in so far as these are vague, general feelings, just grazing the surface.(14) The barren trees were in tune with the sense of desolation all around.(15) Those songs are so full of life and spirit here, it's impossible not to be swept up in their grandeur and occasional sadness and desolation .(16) All around them desolation and destruction saturated the crumbled and falling buildings on each side of the street.
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