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Somberness

noun
1.
A state of partial or total darkness.  Synonyms: gloom, sombreness.
2.
A feeling of melancholy apprehension.  Synonyms: gloom, gloominess, sombreness.
3.
A manner that is serious and solemn.  Synonyms: graveness, gravity, soberness, sobriety, sombreness.






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"Somberness" Quotes from Famous Books



... murmured, but as the bare thought rushed through his mind, his handsome face paled to the lips and his strong frame trembled. Never see Faynie again! That would mean shut out the only gleam of sunshine that had ever lighted up the gray somberness of his existence; take away from him the only dear joy that had made life worth the living for the few months. He had drifted into these clandestine meetings, not by design; chance, or fate, rather, had forced him ...
— Mischievous Maid Faynie • Laura Jean Libbey



Words linked to "Somberness" :   dread, somber, seriousness, stuffiness, apprehension, serious-mindedness, sincerity, apprehensiveness, gloominess, melancholy, stodginess, earnestness, semidarkness



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