sighful

sighful

(ˈsaɪfʊl)
adj
full of sorrow
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I simply didn't believe the former Wimbledon midfielder's sighful assurances in mid-April that he would stay on as boss for the remainder of the Euro 2008 qualifiers.
Worse than the physical betrayal of her body, the sighful release of long-pent milk - that complicity of her breasts Sethe could forgive - was her enforced compliance as slave.