melancholy[ mel-uhn-kol-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF melancholy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MELANCHOLY
If he be proved culpable in this most melancholy business, and, alas!
She pitied herself,—that lowest ebb of melancholy self-consciousness.
"Trouble him not," murmured the melancholy man, with gentleness.
If the boys had not appeared we might now be weeping in a melancholy row.
And that was to Andrew the most melancholy sound in the world.
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.