What is another word for ZAL?

1 synonym found

Pronunciation:

[ zˈal], [ zˈal], [ z_ˈa_l]

Zal is a Persian word that refers to a person who is suffering from great sorrow or sadness. The word has various synonyms that convey different depths and shades of emotions. One of the synonyms for Zal is "anguished," which refers to extreme emotional pain. Another synonym is "miserable," which suggests a prolonged period of sadness or distress. "Grief-stricken" is another synonym that emphasizes intense feelings of loss and heartache. "Wretched" is a more severe synonym that suggests a state of extreme suffering and despair. Other synonyms for Zal include "sorrowful," "bereaved," "heartbroken," and "forlorn," all of which indicate various degrees of emotional distress and unhappiness.

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    What are the hypernyms for Zal?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
    • Other hypernyms:

      airport, Transport Hub, aviation facility.

    Usage examples for Zal

    For whether ZAL and Rustam heed this Sign, And even smitten thus, will not repine, Let ZAL and Rustam shuffle as they may, The Fine once levied they must Cash the Fine.
    "The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg and Other Stories"
    Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) Last Updated: February 18, 2009
    Of his rubato I treat in the chapter devoted to the Mazurkas, making also an attempt to define the "ZAL" of his playing and music.
    "Chopin: The Man and His Music"
    James Huneker
    That subtle quality, for an Occidental, enigmatic, which the Poles call ZAL, is in some of them; in others the fun is almost rough and roaring.
    "Chopin: The Man and His Music"
    James Huneker

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