What is another word for Seek-sorrow?

13 synonyms found


[ sˈiːksˈɒɹə͡ʊ], [ sˈiːksˈɒɹə‍ʊ], [ s_ˈiː_k_s_ˈɒ_ɹ_əʊ]

'Seek-sorrow' is a colloquial term that means to intentionally seek out trouble, problems or heartache. Its synonyms can be several words including 'invite trouble', 'provoke calamity', 'search for misery', 'pursue pain', 'chase distress', 'court catastrophe', 'picket peril', 'invite grief', 'hunt for hardship', and 'look for sorrow'. The phrase 'seek-sorrow' implies a person who is actively seeking out negative experiences or drama which can be harmful to themselves or others. Using its synonyms, it can be inferred that this behavior is not only self-destructive but also harmful to people around them. It's important to avoid such behaviors and seek positivity instead.

How to use "Seek-sorrow" in context?

Sorrow is a feeling of deep sadness or regret. It can be caused by pain, loss, or disappointment. Sorrow can be a powerful motivator, and can help us learn, grow, and adapt. It can also help us reflect on our past and make better decisions in the future.

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