Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Lugubriousness.

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Examples

  • He became somewhat gaunt and hollow-cheeked, and his beard and moustache, which of course he could not shave, and which, for a long time, presented the appearance of stubble, added to the lugubriosity of his aspect.

    Jarwin and Cuffy

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