Thesaurus / saturnine

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Aurora could see the flashes of his wit illuminating Sir John's saturnine countenance.
The chief alone preserved a gloomy and saturnine expression.
He came forth from her chamber with his dark, saturnine face all flushed.
The saturnine Pedro entered with some wonderful crusted port, and Colonel Menendez offered cigars.
BAT WINGSAX ROHMER
He reappeared—a saturnine silent man—as suddenly as he had gone away.
THE MOON ROCKARTHUR J. REES
The saturnine and self-sacrificing Spaniard had no sympathy with the joyous proceedings of the princes and merchants of the South.
But his complexion was saturnine and melancholy, which was the cause that he never spared his own writings.
He is wiser far than all the grave Saturnine star-gazers and moralists in the world.
He had a marked squint and this gave him a saturnine expression.
THE TREMBLING OF A LEAFWILLIAM SOMERSET MAUGHAM
Mrs. Beech herself represented to my boyish eyes the ideal of a saturnine and masterful queen.
THE COPPERHEADHAROLD FREDERIC

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