Pronunciation of Singing Blues
/sˈɪŋɪŋ blˈuːz/, /sˈɪŋɪŋ blˈuːz/, /s_ˈɪ_ŋ_ɪ_ŋ b_l_ˈuː_z/
Antonyms for singing blues:
aid, honorable, make happy, delighted, friendly, heartened, assist, satisfied, pleasant, healthy, exalt, Inspirited, rich, cheerful, idle, vaunt, respectable, please, upright, not worry, revel, honest, prominent, compliment, satisfy, delight, joyful, be glad, refuse, approve, gentle, elevated, laud, optimistic, increased, endorse, praise, tall, happy, soothe, decent, hearted, elated, commend, moral, gay, relieve, bright, gloat, Cheered, content, above, excited, calm, be joyous, placate, glad, strong, comfort, Light-hearted, encouraged, joyous, uplifted, laze, rest, help, assuage, rejoice, well, be joyful, be happy, high.
Synonyms for singing blues:
blue, cast down, chapfallen, dejected, depressed, despondent, disconsolate, discouraged, disheartened, dispirited, down, downcast, downhearted, inconsolable, low, sad, ass in a sling, down in the dumps, in a funk, taken down, singing the blues.
bad, brooding, cheerless, crestfallen, daunted, disappointed, dismayed, distressed, doleful, droopy, dull, forlorn, gloomy, glum, heartsick, listless, low-spirited, miserable, moody, morose, oppressed, sunk, troubled, weighed down, woebegone, Dragged, mopey, in pain, bummed out, down-in-the-mouth, shot down.
acrimonious, brusque, cantankerous, choleric, churlish, crabbed, crabby, cranky, cross, dolorous, dour, frowning, grouchy, gruff, harsh, ill-humored, ill-tempered, irritable, melancholy, mournful, perverse, perversive, saturnine, snappish, sour, splenetic, sulky, sullen, surly, taciturn, testy, ugly, Moping, having blue devils, having the blahs, in a bad mood, in a blue funk.
affecting, afflicted, distressing, grievous, heartbroken, heartrending, hurting, lamentable, lugubrious, painful, piteous, plaintive, rueful, ruthful, sorry, tearful, woeful, wretched, Dolent, tear-jerking, heavy-hearted, in sorrow, in mourning, full of sorrow, sick at heart.
afflict, bleed, carry on, crucify, distress, disturb, excruciate, harrow, hurt, labor, lament, martyr, pain, rack, squirm, strain, strive, struggle, torment, torture, try, wince, worry, writhe, eat heart out, sing the blues, stew over, take it badly.