"Nothing here but Oxy and coal," says one of the subjects of Sean Dunne's mournful documentary Oxyana.
"RSVP" is a mournful letter, in response to a wedding invitation, from a man whose best friend stole his girlfriend.
These aren't stomping tunes, but tender and mournful folk songs, a bespoke genre.
Grant might have had a faint, mournful, ironic chuckle over this.
His daughter is crossing the street, holding his hand, when he hears a whistle blow—loud, mournful, insistent.
“It was too touching, too mournful to be endured,” resumed Monsieur Pascal.
And yet, when all has been said, we are confronted with a mournful but stubborn fact.
As his words are so mournful and full of remorse they must have been uttered from a sincere heart.
mournful, despondent, half broken-hearted, she resumed her journey.
Now it sounded louder as the breeze stirred; now fainter when it shifted, so that a mournful echo only throbbed in my ears.