At last the waxen image is again deposited in the church, and the same lugubrious chants echo anew.
Sarcastic, tired flippancy has stolen the place of the first, and lugubrious resentment has deposed the second.
The rest of the movie is even heavier and more lugubrious.
Nor does he succeed in making plausible this lugubrious soul-search of his town.
Though the film moves backward through time, it doesn't have the lugubrious manner of an extended flashback.
Take, for example, the lugubrious statements of once respected investigators.
No other country has managed to make the process of health care so lugubrious and complicated.
His lugubrious conduct was doubtless intended to soften the heart of the court.
Some of the more lugubrious were sure that it was a judgment.