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  • It was a heavy, melancholy day. (4)
  • It is rather melancholy though. (10)
  • When is she dejected or melancholy? (4)
  • You have heard of melancholy clowns. (10)
  • Dr. Shrapnel was even more melancholy. (10)
  • He made show of melancholy submission. (10)
  • The apology makes it a melancholy part. (10)
  • I had some fun to flavour melancholy with. (10)
  • I have a slight inclination to melancholy. (10)
  • She was looking beautiful; a trifle melancholy. (10)
  • His mood inclined to melancholy and retrospection. (8)
  • The descent from that was naturally to melancholy. (10)
  • That is because prose is equal to melancholy stuff. (10)
  • What poor departed soul in this House of Melancholy? (8)
  • It writes the melancholy scrawl Of wreckage over sea. (10)
  • I noticed that when her voice was not melancholy her face was. (10)
  • The sky was brooding-grey, the trees were still and melancholy. (8)
  • The winter in these uplands is a dangerous and melancholy time. (2)
  • There is nothing awful here, nothing melancholy, nothing grand. (4)
  • My eyes are the colour of burned wine; in them lives melancholy. (8)
  • The evening of this day was very long, and melancholy, at Hartfield. (4)
  • Vernon Street smites the sauntering observer with tender melancholy. (9)
  • Mrs. Waddy, however, grew extremely melancholy at the mention of it. (10)
  • His tone was tender and melancholy, and his phrases gently expressive. (3)
  • No longings, no melancholy; one ought to be out, this beautiful morning! (8)
  • The voice of one hawking strawberries drifted melancholy from a side street. (8)
  • Hence an unusual melancholy in his tone that Mrs. Mountstuart thought touching. (10)
  • Saddlebank, however, put on such a pace that no one had leisure for melancholy. (10)
  • To have such a fine young man cut off in the flower of his days is most melancholy. (4)
  • A soft melancholy for his own disappointment imparted itself to his thoughts of Cynthia. (9)
  • Where she could be placed became a subject of most melancholy and momentous consultation. (4)
  • It must have been very melancholy, but nothing could deeply cloud his most cheerful spirit. (9)
  • He ought not to be melancholy like this and let anything prevent the sea from doing him good. (8)
  • Papa, if you speak in that melancholy way, you will be giving Isabella a false idea of us all. (4)
  • A true lover is not one of those melancholy flies that shoot and maze over muddy stagnant pools. (10)
  • Contrast, that mother of melancholy, comes when they are some way advanced upon the upward scale. (10)
  • Acting (as it was his nature to do off the stage), he had not exaggerated his profound melancholy. (10)
  • For two hours in that melancholy room he tried to master himself, then dressed solemnly for dinner. (8)
  • Her subsiding young excitement of the day set her Boating on that moony melancholy in Mr. Peridon. (10)
  • Employment, even melancholy, may dispel melancholy, and her occupations were hopeful. (4)
  • He fancied himself at the Zoological Gardens, exchanging pathetic glances with a melancholy marmoset. (10)
  • There was such melancholy in her heart that she cast herself into all the flippancy with abandonment. (10)
  • Faith the moment I said these words he gave another groan, deeper and more melancholy like than before. (6)
  • He had a pleasing face and a melancholy air, just as he ought to have, and drew back from conversation. (4)
  • Fleetwood was looking on the backward of his days, beholding a melancholy sunset, with a grimace in it. (10)
  • Those hours in the baking sun had drawn virtue out of them; they were silent and melancholy all the evening. (8)
  • Before the ghost walked he was an elementary hero; one puff of action would have whiffed away his melancholy. (10)
  • But a few days and it will be supportable; a few months and it will have become no more than a tender melancholy. (7)
  • It was a time of melancholy from ill-health, and of anxiety for the future in which I must make my own place in the world. (9)
  • The parting was as quiet and cheerful as, in the opposite degree, Vittoria had thought it would be melancholy and regretful. (10)
  • And he paced up and down the garden, where the wind was melancholy in the boughs of the walnut-tree that had lost all its leaves. (8)
  • The careless good humor that had prompted him to accept the trust of the dead man had given place to a fixed habit of melancholy. (1)
  • And, worse, she had betrayed most melancholy signs of sourness and agedness as soon as he had sworn himself to her fast and fixed. (10)
  • How far I should blame myself for this, I stopped not to consider; but brooded over the fact in a melancholy and discontented mood. (6)
  • The eggs were a melancholy beginning, but her ardour to please Adrian would not be damped, and she deeply admired his resignation. (10)
  • His passive face and large melancholy eyes were wonderfully beautiful, and inspired even his mother with a feeling of awe and respect. (5)
  • He sighted his melancholy uncle Algernon hunting an appetite in the Row, and looking as if the hope ahead of him were also one-legged. (10)
  • It was a most fortunate accident as it diverted the attention of Sophia from the melancholy reflections which she had been before indulging. (4)
  • Van Diemen looked worn, like a man who has been feeding mainly on his reflections, which was manifest in his few melancholy bits of speech. (10)
  • It was very melancholy, very touching, but the sorrow to which he had come home from his long journey had not that forlorn bewilderment in it. (9)
  • A slight melancholy little burst; and then a louder one, followed by a full-toned laughter that fell short and showed the heart was not in it. (10)
  • Lesley is at present but five and twenty, and has already given himself up to melancholy and Despair; what a difference between him and his Father! (4)
  • The whole story would have been speedily formed under her active imagination; and every thing established in the most melancholy order of disastrous love. (4)

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