Perhaps, although not as triste as the day when The Netherlands took Spain apart.
Seneca called the imperial court, which he knew, "a gloomy slave-gaol" (triste ergastulum).
The doorway of L'Abbaye was not deserted, even at the "triste" hour of ten-thirty.
triste de la nacin que deja caer en el olvido las ideas y concepciones de sus majores!
I had heard that England was a triste pays, and I thought it so indeed.
Some of my compatriots call it triste; for me, I find it the most fascinating capital in Europe.
"You are triste yet," said Elisa Puyrredon, drawing her chair nearer to Marcelino.
The idea that because a thing is a picture-book all the writing should be on the wrong tack is triste but widespread.
The night was called on this account Noche triste, Melancholy night.
Cobern was the country of the poet Reiff, whose sonnets, of a triste character, were much prized.