mournfully

[ mawrn-fuh l, mohrn- ]

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"I have been conscious of that, sir," replied the young man, mournfully.

"I have evil omens in my soul, and evil prophecies in my books," said he, mournfully.

"I'm afraid my father's picture has been lost or destroyed," she said, mournfully.

“I could be Queen of England as easily as I could be a prima donna,” she said mournfully.

He shook his head and mournfully began to recapitulate the day he had just spent.

"Sounds as if he were the wind weaving over his own grave," said Harry, mournfully.

“He has ketched on,” mournfully stated an old-timer from the third district.

"You 're the twenty-fifth that has left me," said he, mournfully.

She went down on her knees, and, bending low, contemplated him mournfully.

He said mournfully and defiantly, "Well, it's my watch below now: ain't it?"

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