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  • adj. superlative form of sad: most sad.

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Examples

  • The thing I find saddest is the total lack of female solidarity, or compassion, or tolerance.

    Who’s The Dummy, Mummy? | Her Bad Mother

  • The saddest is innocent people will die due to Wingnut's lawyer approach.

    White House briefings leave Hill with 'unanswered questions'

  • What's saddest is that the ersatz indie drove out the previously dominant alternative to Hollywood: the foreign film.

    GreenCine Daily: Park City, 1/20.

  • And for this reason also, for this reason, in the last resort, only, we call the saddest and in some ways the least successful of the Wessex kings by the title of Alfred the Great.

    Alarms and Discursions

  • This he speaks of as the saddest of all his journeys -- "the only time in my life when the wild turkeys that so often crossed my path, and the thousands of lesser birds that enlivened the woods and the prairies, all looked like enemies, and I turned my eyes from them, as if I could have wished that they had never existed."

    John James Audubon

  • "For of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: 'It might have been!'"

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • A lot of relief has come in , people are giving out cash to those who lost everything.. the saddest is a family of ten on one slum, a two story structure , they managed to throw their 14 year old out of the window but could not save themselves .. members of this family lie buried in the debris..

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  • The last movie I remember being referred to like this was Radio Flyer aka the saddest movie about a flying wagon, perhaps ever.

    New Images: Where the Wild Things Are | /Film

  • Our Barbara Starr visited this area known as the saddest acre in America.

    CNN Transcript May 23, 2009

  • This he speaks of as the saddest of all his journeys ” “the only time in my life when the wild turkeys that so often crossed my path, and the thousands of lesser birds that enlivened the woods and the prairies, all looked like enemies, and I turned my eyes from them, as if I could have wished that they had never existed.”

    John James Audubon

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