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lugubrious
used in To the Lighthouse

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excessively mournful
  • She saw him sitting in the corner of some lugubrious place where the smoke attached itself to the red plush seats, and the waitresses got to know you, and he played chess with a little man who was in the tea trade and lived at Surbiton, but that was all Paul knew about him.
    3 — The Lighthouse (45% in)

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