used to describe a person who lacks any sort of self-awareness or conception of how others perceive them; often characterized as woefully oblivious to their gaping flaws, which prevent them from achieving others’ respect or appreciation. A tragic person (see: trag) typically engages in behaviors that they wrongfully believe to be iconic, while most external parties find these antics cringe-inducing and/or trite. To refer to someone as “tragic” is an all-encompassing derision that asserts a person’s utter lack of redeemable qualities, coalesced by physical unattractiveness, dullness, incompetence, ill temper, social ineptitude, and idiocy.
Person 1: Did you see what he posted?

Person 2: Unfortunately, yes. He is so tragic.
by Invidiosa January 21, 2019
something that is so fucked up that using the word "sad" is out of place...
Its tragic that my girlfriend left me for my brother
by Kevo July 23, 2003
1. adj. something deeply upsetting/terrible
2. something that looks rather worse-for-where
1. that accident was tragic.
2. that shoe looks a bit tragic doesnt it?
by Anonymous August 2, 2003
The term used for any situation or character associated with having gone through the process of tragedy, such as defined by the early Grecian plays in which the hero, deemed "tragic," would go through a cycle of being successful, a downfall caused by pride, a quest of sorts, and finally a revelation in which he realizes what caused his downfall.
It is very tragic that the Titanic sunk.
by Anonymous July 18, 2003
It was a tragic day for America when the Supreme Court inadvertently declared George W. Bush as President.
by jam July 17, 2003
1. really bad fashion sense, not in style, sad and no effort or without funds

2. when someone gets hit or gets something they deserve though
mean girl: did you see the girl at the counter? Nobody wears torn leggings anymore gah
friend: sad attempt at goth, purse and eyeliner tragic

girl: lololllll !! Brandi left her bf and called him scrubs, now he is dating Beyoncé

other girl: ha, tragic
by williet hughnot December 15, 2019