pensiveness

[ pen-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF pensiveness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PENSIVENESS

But Salvator was capable of pensiveness, of faith, and of fear.'

"No," rejoined Winterbourne, with something of that pensiveness to which his aunt had alluded.

He had grown accustomed to these moments of pensiveness on his mother's part.

Often have I reflected on it; sometimes with pensiveness, with sadness never.

"I cry you mercy," said Warner, with something of sarcasm in his pensiveness of tone.

But Salvator was capable of pensiveness, of faith, and of fear.

The look of pensiveness on Joes face changed into one of longing.

Even the pensiveness of the story—the sadness of love unsatisfied—is mellow.

In this her prime of existence and bloom of beauty they but subdued vivacity to pensiveness.

Selim shivered all at once and woke up from his pensiveness.

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