different between sadistic vs melancholic
sadist +? -ic
- IPA(key): /s??d?st?k/
sadistic (comparative more sadistic, superlative most sadistic)
- Delighting in or feeling pleasure from the pain or humiliation of others.
- Of behaviour which gives pleasure in the pain or humiliation of others.
- (colloquial) Causing a high degree of pain or humiliation.
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- melancholick (obsolete)
From Ancient Greek ???????????? (melankholikós, “atrabilious, impulsive, of atrabilious or melancholic temperament”), from ?????????? (melankholía, “melancholy”).
melancholic (comparative more melancholic, superlative most melancholic)
- Filled with or affected by melancholy—great sadness or depression, especially of a thoughtful or introspective nature.
- Just as the melancholic eye / Sees fleets and armies in the sky.
melancholic (plural melancholics)
- A person who is habitually melancholy.
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