Morris looked at her with an air of mock melancholy.
Morris extended his empty hands with a melancholy smile.
Mrs. Penniman got up, with a melancholy sigh, as if she thought him very unimaginative.
If he did, the place was well chosen; this hard, melancholy dell, abandoned by the summer light, made her feel her loneliness.
They lingered a moment at the foot of Dr. Sloper’s white marble steps, above which a spotless white door, adorned with a glittering silver plate, seemed to figure, for Morris, the closed portal of happiness; and then Mrs. Penniman’s companion rested a melancholy eye upon a lighted window in the upper part of the house.
I see your side perfectly, but I also"— and she smiled with melancholy suggestiveness—"I also see the situation as a whole!"
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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,