Thesaurus / sombre

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The colonel had looked upon him with sombre eyes the night of the dance.

There was nothing on the walls to break the sombre monotony of those long vistas of shade.

"I reckon you don't lose a fortune by their wanting to go to bed," said Schomberg, with sombre sarcasm.

VictoryJoseph Conrad

But the Scotland of our day is not a country rich in color; a sombre gray prevails.

No collection of modern Dutch art is complete without a sombre study of Gothic arches by this great artist.

"I was among them," said Wentworth, meeting the Bishop's sombre eyes.

PrisonersMary Cholmondeley

In all that pertained to a sombre monotony, Kellett's Court was a convent.

Only once did the sombre rapture of these aboriginals find expression.

WhirligigsO. Henry

Beside her are scrolls, and a sombre sky is behind the figure.

In many species the brilliant plumage is confined to the males, while that of the females is dark and sombre.

Reptiles and BirdsLouis Figuier
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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