Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sad′n-ing, n. a method of applying mordants in dyeing and printing cloths, so as to give duller shades to the colours employed.
The numerical value of saddening in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of saddening in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
DISCLAIMER: A society where such disclaimers are needed is saddening.
It's very saddening and heartbreaking ... that an adult would put other people's children or children in harm's way like that.
There's a landscape of skeleton trees and patchworks of square outlines where houses used to be, it's really quite a saddening sight.
We wouldn't have wished this to happen. But, unfortunately, it did, we hope that the tensions with Russia will not grow and result in more saddening incidents.
It's always very saddening to our rescue team when an animal doesn't make it and often the situation is that the animal is past the point of being able to recover.
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