Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a brooding manner; while brooding.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a brooding manner

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Examples

  • Rami Vierula, the band's songwriter and creative force, compiled photos from his family albums and decided to share a piece of his personal life with the listener; it is a technique that works very well with a sound that recalls the broodingly realistic fables told in shimmering '80s post-punk and the instrumental expansiveness present in contemporary indie-rock.

    Obscure Sound - Indie Music Blog

  • The film's lush scenery in the hills and moors of bucolic England heighten the decadent romanticism of the story of a beleaguered governess who falls for her broodingly handsome employer, the ultimate Byronic hero, Mr. Rochester, who is tormented by the presence of his first wife.

    Stephanie Green: Finally, the Real Jane Eyre Stands Up

  • For the unacquainted, this is the story of three supernatural roommates sharing a house in working-class Boston: an immortal and broodingly Byronic vampire (Sam Witwer, who comes the closest to embodying the spirit of the thing), a mild-mannered werewolf still awkwardly adjusting to his monthly curse (Sam Huntington, whose rhythms are a bit too sitcom-like) and a female ghost (shrill Meaghan Rath) who can't leave the house in which she died under mysterious circumstances.

    Roush Review: Remakes and a Retread

  • Crisp in its neo-baroque variations and broodingly romantic in others, this was a young composer's music infused with all the youthful energy and feeling it demanded.

    Pianist Victor Goldberg has technique to burn

  • Now it films events Loiacono thinks the mainstream media will ignore, and offers a variety of original programming: In "Constitution 101," two broodingly attractive guys educate viewers on the meaning of words such as "preamble" and "ratify."

    Behind the lens

  • The film's lush scenery in the hills and moors of bucolic England heighten the decadent romanticism of the story of a beleaguered governess who falls for her broodingly handsome employer, the ultimate Byronic hero, Mr. Rochester, who is tormented by the presence of his first wife.

    Stephanie Green: Finally, the Real Jane Eyre Stands Up

  • The film's lush scenery in the hills and moors of bucolic England heighten the decadent romanticism of the story of a beleaguered governess who falls for her broodingly handsome employer, the ultimate Byronic hero, Mr. Rochester, who is tormented by the presence of his first wife.

    Stephanie Green: Finally, the Real Jane Eyre Stands Up

  • What starts broodingly, with James Samson's Choirmaster in an almost incantational mood, turns playful for the embracing lovers, Robert Kleinendorst and Amy Young, and darkens when an intense Sean Mahoney enters.

    Laughing in the Light and Dark

  • The film's lush scenery in the hills and moors of bucolic England heighten the decadent romanticism of the story of a beleaguered governess who falls for her broodingly handsome employer, the ultimate Byronic hero, Mr. Rochester, who is tormented by the presence of his first wife.

    Stephanie Green: Finally, the Real Jane Eyre Stands Up

  • As I walked in, I espied a poster of a shirtless Jacob Black staring broodingly down upon my helpless visage from his place on the wall above my bed.

    AND A JAY-Z SONG WAS ON. AND A JAY-Z SONG WAS ON. AND A JAY-Z SONG WAS ON.

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