πŸ˜₯ Meaning – Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji

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This icon shows a face with a frown, distressed eyes, and a single bead of stress sweat rolling down its left cheek. It could mean worried, scared, upset, sad, or disappointed. Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji is most commonly used when receiving bad or troubling news. It’s used to show sympathy and to express nervousness over an unpredictable or unpleasant outcome. This emoji is relatively well used, and has strong negative connotations.

The Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji appeared in 2010, and also known as the Stressed Emoji.

The Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji is a special symbol that looks like a picture (you may see empty box or "X" if unsupported), but really it's a text, so you can easily copy and paste πŸ˜₯ emoji. This trick works for most websites (Facebook, Twitter, forums, etc.) and messengers. You can easily paste any emoji into the message in your favorite application, whether it's WhatsApp, Skype or Snapchat - it will work. The only thing that displayed images are slightly different for iPhone, Android or Samsung Galaxy devices.

Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji, Apple style
Apple
Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji, Google style
Google
Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji, Microsoft style
Microsoft
Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji, Samsung style
Samsung
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Browser / Native
Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji, Twitter style
Twitter
Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji, Emoji One style
Emoji One
Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji, Facebook style
Facebook Messenger
Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji, LG style
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Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji details

Symbol to copy
Uncode codepoint
U+1F625
Unicode name
Disappointed But Relieved Face
Category
People / Smiley Face
Keywords
face, neutral
Windows Alt-code
Alt+1F625
Decimal HTML Entity
😥
Hex HTML Entity
😥
UTF-16 hex
0xD83D 0xDE25
Wikipedia
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Version
Unicode 6.0
Year
2010 (see all emoji of 2010)

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How to type Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji

There are number of methods to type Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji. Easiest way is to copy & paste, but other methods, like windows alt-codes and HTML-entities (for web sites) are also popular enough.

You may use this Copy and Paste Emoji List to copy/type emoji one-by-one or this Online Emoji Keyboard to write all your message at one time and copy it when finished.

Copy and paste πŸ˜₯ emoji

It's very easy to get Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji both on computer and mobile without any emoji keyboard installed. All you need is to select, copy and paste this symbol: . Select this like a regular text, and copy to the clipboard. After doing that, switch to another website or application and paste emoji using context menu or keyboard. Hint: use Ctrl/Cmd+C keys to copy, and Ctrl/Cmd+V to paste emoji.

Even if emoji symbol or smiley looks like a black square or question mark, it most probably will be converted into appropriate image by web site or application where you paste it.

To avoid misunderstandings, first carefully read πŸ˜₯ meaning and look at πŸ˜₯ pictures before sending it to somebody: some emoji don't mean what you think they mean ;-)

Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji HTML-entities

HTML entites are intended for using on websites. You can put Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji html entity code in decimal or hexadecimal form right in your message, and it will be translated into graphical representation of Disappointed But Relieved Face Emoji after you submit.

πŸ˜₯ emoji Alt-codes for Windows

It's easy to type emoji or any other Unicode character with code value up to U+0ffff by it's alt-code in MS Windows. Here are instructions.

  1. Press and hold Alt key on keyboard.
  2. Hit the Plus (+) button on numeric keypad.
  3. Type the hexadecimal Unicode value digit-by-digit
  4. Now release the Alt key and you'll see your character.

Note 1. This method works only for unicode codepoints U+0ffff and bellow.

Note 2. If this trick does not work, you should check some settings in your Windows Registry. If you don't know what the Registry is, please don't try this! Run regedit.exe and navigate to the HKEY_Current_User/Control Panel/Input Method branch. Add EnableHexNumpad key with type of REG_SZ and set it to "1". You may need to log off and back on to enable this input type.