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somber
used in Frankenstein

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Definition
lacking brightness or color — perhaps gloomy
  • The pines are not tall or luxuriant, but they are sombre and add an air of severity to the scene.
    Chapter 10 (25% in)
sombre = dark and gloomy

(editor's note:  This is a British spelling. Americans use somber.)
There are no more uses of "somber" in Frankenstein.

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