Pensive

A son of England`s Hyperion (which himself had won two-thirds of England`s Triple Crown), out of Penicuik II (by Buchan), Pensive, ridden by Conn McCreary, won the Kentucky Derby going away by four and a half lengths. A week later, he took the Preakness. That year, the Belmont (at the time the least of the three races), had upped its purse to $5.....
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Pensive

• (a.) Expressing or suggesting thoughtfulness with sadness; as, pensive numbers. • (a.) Thoughtful, sober, or sad; employed in serious reflection; given to, or favorable to, earnest or melancholy musing.
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pensive

1. Thoughtful, sober, or sad; employed in serious reflection; given to, or favorable to, earnest or melancholy musing. 'The pensive secrecy of desert cell.' (Milton) 'Anxious cares the pensive nymph oppressed.' (Pope) ... 2. Expressing or suggesting thoughtfulness with sadness; as, pensive numbers. ... Origin: F. Pensif, fr. Penser to think, fr. L....
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pensive

adjective showing pensive sadness; `the sensitive and wistful response of a poet to the gentler phases of beauty`
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Pensive

Pen'sive adjective [ French pensif , from penser to think, from Latin pensare to weigh, ponder, consider, v. intens. from pendere to weigh. See Pension , Poise .] 1. Thoughtful, sober, or sad; employed in serious reflection; given to, or favorable to,...
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pensive

deeply or seriously thoughtful
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pensive

deeply or seriously thoughtful
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pensive

deeply or seriously thoughtful
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pensive

[adj] - showing pensive sadness
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