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Schadenfreude is a German word that means taking joy in the misfortune of…
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Schadenfreude is a compound of the German nouns Schaden, meaning 'damage' or 'harm,' and Freude, meaning 'joy,' so it makes sense that schadenfreude means joy over some harm or misfortune suffered by
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