That which produces such suffering; trouble, loss, affliction, etc.
Anyone or anything which seems to be the inevitable cause of someone's downfall or defeat
Tragic fate; ruin or death
A purifying or figurative cleansing of the emotions, especially pity and fear, described by Aristotle as an effect of tragic drama on its audience.
Fun or jesting:
Something that is difficult to do or achieve:
Any cause of evil or injury
A ship that has been disabled or destroyed by a storm or other disaster
A devastating flood.
The definition of a disaster is an event, often sudden, that causes great damage or devastation.
Any great and sudden calamity, disaster, or misfortune
An unfortunate accident.
An instance of this; unlucky accident; mishap; mischance
A thing hard to bear; specific cause of discomfort or suffering, as poverty, pain, etc.
Theatrical plays of a particular kind or period:
The literary genre represented by novels.
A cessation of proper functioning or performance:
A humiliating condition or circumstance.
An accident or unlucky event.
One's fortune in life; one's fate:
Success in any contest or struggle involving the defeat of an opponent or the overcoming of obstacles
A beneficial factor or combination of factors:
The definition of burlesque refers to a performance or farce that depends on exaggeration or to comedy that depends upon exaggeration for its humor.
Prosperous condition; good fortune, wealth, success, etc.
What happens or is going to happen to one; one's lot, good or bad, esp. one's future lot
The gaining of fame or prosperity:
A benefit bestowed, especially one bestowed in response to a request.
Blessing is defined as God's favor, or a person's sanction or support, or something you ask God for, or something for which you are grateful.
(Uncountable, euphemistic) Correction of deficits, as by psychological counseling or medication or social support or remedial training.
Find another word for tragedies. In this page you can discover 37 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for tragedies, like: calamities, sorrows, nemeses, dooms, catharses, adversities, plays, struggles, curses, wrecks and blights.