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- adv. In a lugubrious manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a lugubrious manner; mournfully; sadly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a sorrowful lugubrious manner
I tell you, "lugubriously," the pickin's is gittin 'slim on this range! "
Her jowly oppugner, lugubriously played by Roger Allam, makes this case for the defendant's guilt – he went on the internet.
He shook his head lugubriously as he broke the news.
For a good laugh also check out this lugubriously serious blog called Jane Austen Today that asks, "has Quirk Classics gone too far?"
But the contours of the nudes, farm workers and seated figures with immense hands and lugubriously elongated, masklike faces, as brutalized as Vincent van Gogh's "Potato Eaters," point ahead to mature configurations.
Meggie must be punished by ‘the Gods’ as the narrative hints endlessly, and lugubriously.
His mirth was hoarse and ghastly, like a raven's croak, and the sick wolf joined him, howling lugubriously.
You probably know Thompson best for the way he perfected the art of sitting around well-appointed offices, drawling lugubriously, in the "Law And Order" series.
George III was a lugubriously unprogressive monarch roused by Fox's licentiousness; Pitt was the dreary juvenile hero of our new foreign secretary; neither would have expected to find the liberal and modern Adonis at their side.
Our campfire sorted them out and a heron flapped lugubriously overhead before a heavy dew fell.
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