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Anna Karenina
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melancholy
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Anna Karenina
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  • "But how, Alexey, tell me how?" she said in melancholy mockery at the hopelessness of her own position.
  • Only it’s melancholy, very melancholy here.
  • Only it’s melancholy, very melancholy here.
  • But on the other hand Varenka, alone in the world, without friends or relations, with a melancholy disappointment in the past, desiring nothing, regretting nothing, was just that perfection of which Kitty dared hardly dream.
  • "Oh, I’ve got over that, Darya Dmitrievna," he answered, and a melancholy and serious expression suddenly came over his face.
  • The ironical light died away in her eyes, but a different smile, a consciousness of something, he did not know what, and of quiet melancholy, came over her face.
  • He looked with weary and melancholy eyes at the bride and bridegroom, sighed, and putting his right hand out from his vestment, blessed the bridegroom with it, and also with a shade of solicitous tenderness laid the crossed fingers on the bowed head of Kitty.

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  • Since her dog died she’s been in a melancholy mood.
  • This weather makes me melancholy. I can’t wait for spring,

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