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lugubrious
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The House of Mirth
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  • "I say, do look at her," he exclaimed, turning to Miss Bart with lugubrious merriment—"I beg your pardon, but do just look at my wife making a fool of that poor devil over there!

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  • It’s hard to say "No" to that lugubrious hound-dog face.
  • Presently a dog set up a long, lugubrious howl just outside...
    Twain, Mark  --  Tom Sawyer

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