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English idioms related to Feelings - Unhappiness & Disappointment

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English idioms related to Feelings
doom and gloom
[phrase]
a feeling or attitude that makes one believe that things can only get worse after a certain point
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to reduce sb to tears
[phrase]
to cause someone to cry or become emotional to a significant degree
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to cry one's eyes out
[phrase]
to cry a lot and in length
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out of whack
[phrase]
used to describe a person who is feeling mentally disturbed or unbalanced
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one's heart sink
[sentence]
used to express one's sadness or disappointment about something
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down in the mouth
[phrase]
feeling sad, unhappy, or discouraged
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kick in the teeth
[phrase]
something that proves to be very shocking and disappointing to one, in a way that ruins one's good mood
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like a dying duck in a thunderstorm
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used to describe an individual who is really depressed or sad
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black mood
[phrase]
a period of time during which one feels extremely miserable and depressed
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long face
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a disappointed or sad facial expression
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out of sorts
[phrase]
irritated, upset, or slightly unwell
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