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mournful

[mawrn-fuhl, mohrn-]
adjective
1.
feeling or expressing sorrow or grief; sorrowful; sad.
2.
of or pertaining to mourning for the dead.
3.
causing grief or lament: a mournful occasion.
4.
gloomy, somber, or dreary, as in appearance or character: mournful shadows.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English morneful. See mourn, -ful

mournfully, adverb
mournfulness, noun
overmournful, adjective
overmournfully, adverb
overmournfulness, noun
unmournful, adjective
unmournfully, adverb
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mournful (ˈmɔːnfʊl)
 
adj
1.  evoking grief; sorrowful
2.  gloomy; sad
 
'mournfully
 
adv
 
'mournfulness
 
n

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mournful
1540s, from mourn + -ful. Related: Mournfully.
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