saturnine

[ sat-er-nahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF saturnine

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SATURNINE

The voice of the older man came with a sinister force and saturnine.

His temper was of the saturnine complexion, and without the least taint of moroseness.

The saturnine Hahn stood at my door with a weapon upon me while I ate.

All the while the little Cuban talked swiftly and with a saturnine enthusiasm.

The witticisms convulsed Paul's neighbours and left him saturnine.

He was a tall, black-eyed man, with the dark, saturnine face of an Indian.

Father Brown seemed rather to like the saturnine candour of the soldier.

He was of a saturnine nature, in whom anger burned slow and deep.

He had a marked squint and this gave him a saturnine expression.

The cook was a gaunt, long-legged person with a saturnine countenance.

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