English to Arabic Meaning :: woe

Woe :
ويل, محنة, مصيبة, بلية
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Noun(1) misery resulting from affliction(2) intense mournfulness

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(1) Only, and here comes the woe , dear reader, I did it all in the wrong order.(2) The midfielder is not exactly carrying a torch for his old manager but, for all the woe in his time in Scotland, he says he was a fan and still is.(3) And his Wentworth woe was the fourth time this year he had gone agonisingly close.(4) Bogey woe on the final day cost North Yorkshire's king of swing Simon Dyson dear in the Dubai Desert Classic.(5) Striker Colin Alcide will be out of action for up to six weeks piling on the injury woe for York City manager Neil Thompson.(6) This is a woe I suffer from like no other, and cannot wait to be rid of it forever.(7) the Everton tale of woe continued(8) Even the judiciary adds to the woe by convicting the women for soliciting.(9) they had a complicated tale of woe(10) A dancing cosmos and a waffle iron tells of a slight decrease in your woe .(11) And to compound the woe , his father Thomas lost his battle with lung cancer.(12) I've never met him, but I'd love to inflict some of the woe he's put upon her onto his cowardly little mind.(13) The extra money will do little to address the problem of Auckland's transport woes .(14) You get a sense that Belfast is a place where economic problems feed private woes .(15) Yet following the seven woes , Jesus weeps over the plight of the people of Jerusalem.(16) I want the extreme anti abortionist to understand the woes and difficulties.
Related Words
(1) tale of woe ::
حكاية ويل
(2) share weal and woe ::
حصة السراء والضراء
(3) weal and woe ::
السراء والضراء
(4) face of woe ::
وجه ويل
1. misery ::
2. trouble ::
4. suffering ::
Different Forms
woe, woeful, woes
Word Example from TV Shows

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Oh, woe. Oh, no...

Oh, WOE. Oh, no...

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 5

O woe.


Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 6

A tale of woe perhaps?

A tale of WOE perhaps?

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 12

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