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pensive
used in Frankenstein

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Definition appearing deep in thought — typically looking sad or serious
  • The old man had, in the meantime, been pensive, but on the appearance of his companions he assumed a more cheerful air, and they sat down to eat.
    Chapter 11 (89% in)

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