Lugubrious – Word of the Week 7/6/16

Definition: (adj.) mournful, dismal or gloomy, especially in an exaggerated or insincere way 

Usage Example: The love songs on her new CD were so lugubrious – they made me too depressed to keep listening.

 Etymology: from lugere (Latin) – to mourn

 

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