Most Helpful Girl
It can make a person seem to be more unattractive if all they want is sex if thats what you asking.0
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feeling or showing a hopeless sense that a situation is so bad as to be impossible to deal with.
"a desperate sadness enveloped Ruth"
synonyms: despairing, hopeless; More
anguished, distressed, in despair, suicidal;
miserable, wretched, desolate;
forlorn, disheartened, discouraged, demoralized, devastated, downcast, resigned, defeatist, pessimistic;
distraught, fraught, overcome, out of one's mind, at one's wits' end, beside oneself, at the end of one's tether;
"he gave me a desperate look"
antonyms: cheerful, composed
(of an act) tried in despair or when everything else has failed.
"drugs used in a desperate attempt to save his life"
synonyms: last-ditch, last-chance, last-resort, last-minute, last-gasp, eleventh-hour, all-out, do-or-die, final; More
frantic, frenzied, wild, straining;
futile, hopeless, doomed, lost
"a desperate attempt to escape"
(of a situation) extremely serious or dangerous.
"there is a desperate shortage of teachers"
synonyms: grave, serious, dangerous, risky, perilous, hazardous, precarious, critical, acute; More
dire, very bad, calamitous, appalling, awful, terrible, frightful, dreadful, outrageous, intolerable, deplorable, lamentable, sorry, poor;
"his finances were in a desperate state"
urgent, pressing, compelling, crying;
acute, critical, crucial, vital, drastic, serious, grave, dire, extreme, great;
"the church is in desperate need of repair"
(of a person) violent or dangerous.
"a desperate criminal"
synonyms: violent, dangerous, lawless; More
reckless, rash, hasty, impetuous, foolhardy, incautious;
death-or-glory, do-or-die, hazardous, risky
"armed bands of desperate men"
"that beer's desperate—it's a wonder you've the nerve to offer it for sale"
(of a person) having a great need or desire for something.
No one wants anyone like that in their life.0