Somber

• (v. t.) Alt. of Sombre • (n.) Alt. of Sombre • (a.) Alt. of Sombre
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somber

sombre adjective grave or even gloomy in character; `solemn and mournful music`; `a suit of somber black`; `a somber mood`
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somber

grave or even gloomy in character
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somber

grave or even gloomy in character
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somber

somber, sombre (British), sombrous 1. Lacking light or brightness and producing a dull, dark, or melancholy atmosphere. 2. Having a color or tone that is dark, dull, or suitable for a serious mood or occasion. 3. Marked by or conveying strict seriousness combined with sadness or a troubled state of mind. Via French, 'gloomy', ultimately from la......
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somber

[adj] - grave or even gloomy in character
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