melancholy

[ mel-uhn-kol-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF melancholy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MELANCHOLY

She pitied herself,—that lowest ebb of melancholy self-consciousness.

If he be proved culpable in this most melancholy business, and, alas!

"Trouble him not," murmured the melancholy man, with gentleness.

And that was to Andrew the most melancholy sound in the world.

If the boys had not appeared we might now be weeping in a melancholy row.

To these questions a mental echo answered with a melancholy negative.

"Yes," he said; and looked at Stineli with a most melancholy expression.

In such a diversity it was impossible I should be disposed to melancholy.

He was leaning towards Jane, regarding her with melancholy tenderness.

Vivian felt every moment his disgust and his melancholy increase.

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