Word of the Day: Schadenfreude #motownwriters

WORD OF THE DAY
Schadenfreude
shä-dᵊn-ˌfrȯi-də
Part of speech: noun
Origin: German
1

Pleasure taken from the misfortune of others

2

A desire to see others suffer

Examples of Schadenfreude in a sentence

“I experienced schadenfreude after hearing that my horrible manager had been fired.”

“Sarah couldn’t help but feel a bit of schadenfreude when she discovered that the man who’d stolen her car was now in prison.”

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