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        cǎn, [慘], miserable/wretched/cruel/inhuman/disastrous/tragic/dim/gloomy
        bēicǎn, [悲慘], miserable/tragic
        cǎnjù, [慘劇], tragedy/calamity/atrocity
        cǎnzhòng, [慘重], disastrous
        cǎnzāo, [慘遭], to suffer (defeat, death etc)
        cǎnjiào, [慘叫], to scream/blood-curdling screech/miserable shriek
        cǎnbùrěndǔ, [慘不忍睹], spectacle too horrible to endure (idiom); tragic sight/appalling scenes of devas...
        cǎnbài, [慘敗], to suffer a crushing defeat
        cǎntòng, [慘痛], bitter/painful/deeply distressed
        cǎnsǐ, [慘死], to die tragically/to meet with a violent death
        qīcǎn, [悽慘], plaintive/mournful/miserable
        cǎnàn, [慘案], massacre/tragedy/CL:起[qǐ]
        cǎnliè, [慘烈], bitter/desperate
        cǎnwúréndào, [慘無人道], inhuman (idiom)/brutal and unfeeling
        cǎnjuérénhuán, [慘絕人寰], extremely tragic (idiom); with unprecedented brutality
        cǎndàn, [慘淡], dark/gloomy/dismal/by painstaking effort
        cǎnzhuàng, [慘狀], devastation/miserable condition
        cǎnbái, [慘白], deathly pale
        cǎnhuò, [慘禍], terrible tragedy/grave mishap
        cǎndànjīngyíng, [慘淡經營], to manage by painstaking effort (idiom)
        cǎnbiàn, [慘變], disastrous turn/tragic event
        cǎnshā, [慘殺], to slaughter/to kill mercilessly
        shāngxīncǎnmù, [傷心慘目], (idiom) too appalling to look at
        sìyīèrcǎnàn, [四一二慘案], the massacre of 12th Mar 1927/the Shanghai coup of 12th Mar 1927 by Chiang Kai-s...
        BēicǎnShìjiè, [悲慘世界], Les Misérables (1862) by Victor Hugo 維克多・雨果|维克多・雨果[Wéi kè duō · Yǔ guǒ]
        cǎnbùrěnwén, [慘不忍聞], too horrible to endure (idiom); tragic spectacle/appalling scenes of devastation
        cǎnshì, [慘事], disaster
        cǎnkuàng, [慘況], tragic situation/dreadful state
        cǎnjìng, [慘境], wretched situation
        cǎndá, [慘怛], grieved/distressed
        cǎnjǐng, [慘景], wretched sight
        cǎndú, [慘毒], cruel/vicious
        cǎndàn, [慘澹], variant of 慘淡|惨淡[cǎn dàn]
        cǎnrán, [慘然], grieved/distressed
        cǎnxiào, [慘笑], bitter smile
        cǎnhóng, [慘紅], dark red
        cǎnzāobùxìng, [慘遭不幸], to meet with disaster/to die tragically
绿         lǜcǎnhóngchóu, [綠慘紅愁], (of women) grieved appearance (idiom)/sorrowful mien

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