dolefully


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dole·ful

 (dōl′fəl)
adj.
1. Filled with or expressing grief; mournful. See Synonyms at sad.
2. Causing grief: a doleful loss.

dole′ful·ly adv.
dole′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.dolefully - with sadness; in a sorrowful manner; "his mother looked at him dolefully when he told her he had joined the Army"
Translations
بِحُزْنٍ ، بِكَآبَه
smutněžalostně
sorglega, dapurlega
üzüntülü şekilde

dolefully

[ˈdəʊlfəlɪ] ADVtristemente

dolefully

[ˈdəʊlfʊli] adv (= miserably) [say] → avec tristesse

dolefully

dolefully

[ˈdəʊlfəlɪ] adv (see adj) → con aria afflitta, tristemente

doleful

(ˈdoulful) adjective
sorrowful. a doleful expression.
ˈdolefully adverb
ˈdolefulness noun
References in classic literature ?
She assumed her dolefully submissive manner and said to her husband: "Listen to me, Count, you have managed matters so that we are getting nothing for the house, and now you wish to throw away all our- all the children's property
After this escape, I was content to take a foggy view of the Inn through the window's encrusting dirt, and to stand dolefully looking out, saying to myself that London was decidedly overrated.
And I thought it was a ditty rather too dolefully appropriate for a company that had met such cruel losses in the morning.
As chance would have it, when he had got to this line there happened to come by a peasant from his own village, a neighbour of his, who had been with a load of wheat to the mill, and he, seeing the man stretched there, came up to him and asked him who he was and what was the matter with him that he complained so dolefully.
Stronger it grew and sadder, and deepened into the tone of a death bell, knolling dolefully from some ivy-mantled tower, and bearing tidings of mortality and woe to the cottage, to the hall, and to the solitary wayfarer that all might weep for the doom appointed in turn to them.
It oughtn't to be any harder than writing a poem and I managed that," he said dolefully.
said the man, dolefully, 'my wife wants to live in a stone castle.
She grows thinner and thinner," said Joe, dolefully, while he eyed her.
We had read somewhere that a novelist is better equipped than most of his trade if he knows himself and one woman, and my mother said, 'You know yourself, for everybody must know himself' (there never was a woman who knew less about herself than she), and she would add dolefully, 'But I doubt I'm the only woman you know well.
But," said Philippa dolefully, "if I go I'll have to be gooseberry, and that will be a new experience for Philippa Gordon.
I was afraid you'd take it like that," he remarked dolefully.
I don't see where the luck comes in," she said dolefully.