disastrous definition

  • adjective:
    • combined with or causing stress or tragedy; calamitous.
    • excessively bad; awful: a disastrous report card.
    • of the nature of an emergency; calamitous.
    • foreboding disaster; ill-omened.
    • Full of unpropitious stellar impacts; unpropitious; ill-boding.
    • Attended with suffering or catastrophe; really regrettable; calamitous; ill-fated; closing in complete failure or harm
    • (of events) having excessively unfortunate or dire consequences; taking damage
    • associated with or causing distress or tragedy; calamitous.
    • excessively bad; terrible: a disastrous report card.
    • associated with nature of a disaster; calamitous.
    • foreboding catastrophe; ill-omened.
    • packed with unpropitious stellar influences; unpropitious; ill-boding.
    • Attended with suffering or catastrophe; extremely unfortunate; calamitous; ill-fated; ending in total failure or ruin
    • (of occasions) having extremely unfortunate or serious effects; bringing damage
    • combined with or causing distress or tragedy; calamitous.
    • acutely bad; terrible: a disastrous report card.
    • of the nature of a disaster; calamitous.
    • foreboding catastrophe; ill-omened.
    • saturated in unpropitious stellar influences; unpropitious; ill-boding.
    • Attended with suffering or catastrophe; extremely regrettable; calamitous; ill-fated; ending in complete failure or spoil
    • (of occasions) having exceedingly regrettable or serious effects; bringing ruin
  • others:
    • Gloomy; dismal; threatening catastrophe.
    • Ruinous; regrettable; calamitous; occasioning great stress or injury: because, the day ended up being devastating; the battle proved disastrous.
    • Gloomy; dismal; threatening tragedy.
    • Ruinous; regrettable; calamitous; occasioning great distress or damage: since, the day had been devastating; the struggle proved disastrous.
    • Gloomy; dismal; threatening disaster.
    • Ruinous; unfortunate; calamitous; occasioning great stress or injury: because, a single day was disastrous; the struggle proved disastrous.

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