Antonym: comedy. Similar words: outraged, discouraged, outrage, outrageous, ragged, engaged, managed, damaged. Meaning: ['trædʒɪdɪ] n. 1. an event resulting in great loss and misfortune 2. drama in which the protagonist is overcome by some superior force or circumstance; excites terror or pity.
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2, The tragedy of the world is that those who are imaginative have but slight experience, and those who are experienced have feeble imaginations.
5, The loss was a tragedy for all concerned .
6, The traffic accident is really a tragedy.
7, Macbeth is a famous tragedy by Shakespeare.
8, The whole affair ended in tragedy.
9, The play suddenly changes from farce to tragedy.
10, The court ordered a fresh inquest into the tragedy.
11, The tragedy resounded around the world.
12, I prefer farce to tragedy.
13, Do you prefer comedy or tragedy?
14, The skipper notified the coastguard of the tragedy.
15, It's a tragedy that she died so young.
16, I prefer comedy to tragedy.
17, They have suffered an enormous personal tragedy.
18, Their lives have been virtually destroyed by this tragedy.
19, They were rehearsing "Hamlet",[http://sentencedict.com/tragedy.html]a tragedy by Shakespeare.
20, A tragedy was narrowly averted when a lorry crashed into a crowded restaurant.
21, It's a tragedy that these young people were struck down in their prime.
22, If I met you was a tragedy, I think my life's.
23, There is always a first brave person who breaks step with the stam-peding masses fleeing in panic, who pauses to help another to his feet,creating his own eye in the storm, The stuff of heroes is made, forged in the midst of tragedy, in the blink of an eye.
26, Investigators are searching the wreckage of the plane to try to find the cause of the tragedy.
27, It's difficult to grasp the sheer enormity of the tragedy.
28, The boys' games started as harmless fun but ended in tragedy.
29, She was too exhausted and distressed to talk about the tragedy.
30, Investigators are searching the wreckage of the plane to try and find the cause of the tragedy.
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