I did not like it, and I blamed my unhappiness on my school—I thought I had made the “wrong decision.”
They understood that resistance to the state must be based on more than unhappiness over a particular law or self-interest.
There is unhappiness about how Gen. Jones does his job, but few policy disputes with him.
But officials rejected the notion that the administration has not made its unhappiness with the Egyptian government clear.
“And there are many people that plan on making their unhappiness known” Tuesday evening.
To women, at least, all unhappiness comes from the superstition that love—any sort—is all.
All very well to say there would be no punishment; their unhappiness was the punishment.
He had come down-stairs with that intention, born of the night's bitter experience of solitude in unhappiness.
Why should he efface himself, if it meant Sidney's unhappiness?
Doubtless he may pardon and assoil all such in their unhappiness, forasmuch as the secret of it is with him.