Melancholy Definition

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1. "Spiritual poverty" of the poverty university students mainly has several kinds of behavior such as self-obturate, anxiety and melancholy, green-eyed monster, abandonment. 1
2. A deep melancholy runs through her poetry. 1
3. A feeling of melancholy runs through his prose. 1
4. A funeral is a melancholy occasion. 1
5. A house in the middle of the sea where a woman waited while she played a melancholy violoncello ...She was waiting for her beloved man, a painter who had always wanted to be a sailor. 1
6. A mood of melancholy descended on us. 1
7. A most melancholy fellow with a great lumping text-book in his fist. 1
8. A rock group record had replaced the melancholy singers, and a few couples had started to dance. 1
9. Acid taste Tamarindus melancholy, deep feelings Tamarindus cool shade of a tree. 1
10. All at once he fell into a state of profound melancholy. 1
11. All four were extraordinarily clever, given to fantasy and melancholy, and impractical to the point of danger. 1
12. All that accentuated the swings of mood in a man capable of intense enjoyment but subject also to persistent melancholy. 1
13. Alone on the open desert, I have made up songs of wild, poignant rejoicing and transcendent melancholy. 1
14. An unexpected bonus was that the emergency work galvanised Loi out of his melancholy. 1
15. Anatole France said : All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy. 1
16. And Cerberus, how many times I'd asked him to stop with those melancholy stares of his, or to at least prick up his ears. 1
17. And if that isn't enough to make you feel melancholy, have a listen to some Sibelius. 1
18. And Moreau plays Ir è ne with an endearing mixture of worldliness, vulnerability and melancholy. 1
19. And then there came, mingling with his half - formed dreams , a most melancholy caterwauling. 1
20. Are you in character somber, melancholy, or neglectful? 1
21. Argentina, the second largest nation, remained in melancholy stagnation and disarray. 1
22. As a young man, Mr. Salinger had a long, melancholy face and deep soulful eyes, but now, in the few photographs that surfaced, he looked gaunt and gray, like someone in an El Greco painting. 1
23. At 19 though, he had lost his fire and brimstone and was withdrawn and melancholy. 1
24. Being awake in the dark and sleeping in the light. Running out of reasons, the heart is occupied by delusory, wandering, melancholy and confusing ... 1
25. Being the contrary cuss he was, he did not find this overnight change of ambience entirely melancholy. 1
26. But now I only hear Its melancholy, long, withdrawing roar, Retreating, to the breath Of the night-wind, down the vast edges drear And naked shingles of the world. 1
27. But the gaiety does not ring true and anybody who has just one drink too many is apt to lapse into lachrymose melancholy. 1
28. But the gaiety dose not ring true and anybody who has just one drink too many is apt to lapse into lachrymose melancholy. 1
29. By now, a number of younger recruits had arrived from the savage and melancholy ice-world of Inwit. 1
30. Byron lives on not only in his poetry, but also in his creation of the "Byronic hero"- the persona of a brooding melancholy young man. 1

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