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mournfully

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Edith Piaf mournfully lists her mistakes, allowing Front a rare punch-line: “So… you do have some regrets.”

Reflecting mournfully, she said, “How could I not do what I do?”

It ends with the Nazi leader mournfully noting "there's no way we can pin this one on Bush."

At this the animals stared mournfully at him for a moment, and then rose up and walked gravely away.

Michael was writing a letter; the clerk was standing mournfully at his side.

Aristide looked mournfully over the rain-swept common through the leaded panes, and speculated on the enigma of woman.

As if to deepen the effect of the weird stage setting, Nature contrived that all the winds which blew here should blow mournfully.

In the dark branches of the trees the wind whistled mournfully, and the scudding clouds were precursory of rain.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mournfully, such as: acutely, genuinely, intensely, passionately, profoundly, and sadly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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