sombrely


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Adv.1.sombrely - in a somber manner; "`That's sure bad news,' said Dowd, somberly"
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sombrely

somberly (US) [ˈsɒmbəlɪ] ADV
1. (= soberly) → sombríamente
2. (= pessimistically) → con pesimismo, en tono pesimista

sombrely

[ˈsɒmbərli] (British) somberly (US) adv
[say, stare] → d'un air sombre
sombrely dressed → à la tenue sombre

sombrely

, (US) somberly
adv saytraurig, düster; watchfinster; dresstrist

sombrely

somberly (Am) [ˈsɒmbəlɪ] adv (reply, gaze) → tristemente; (dressed) → di scuro; (painted) → con colori scuri
References in classic literature ?
No, it wouldn't do, it wouldn't do at all, sir, an' you a captain," the steward continued to reiterate, rolling his head sombrely.
Nutty, meanwhile, had found another pebble and was kicking it sombrely.
He looked at Philip and saw him staring at him sombrely.
And yet love of freedom glowed sombrely and steadily in his dim soul.
The day had begun sombrely in gray cloud and mist, but it had ended in a pomp of scarlet and gold.
To Pendragon Park, sir," said the servant, rather sombrely, and began to close the door.
Her intention was arrested by the sight of that awful, sombrely glistening door, swinging back suddenly on the yawning darkness of the hall, out of which literally flew out, right out on the pavement, almost without touching the white steps, a little figure swathed in a holland pinafore up to the chin, its hair streaming back from its head, darting past a lamp-post, past the red pillar- box .
Over dinner, Martin sombrely reveals that he lost his father in a car accident so now it is just him and his mother (Alicia Silverstone).
Osborne sombrely warns Brexit would cost each household PS4,300 annually, with income tax hiked by 8p to a basic rate of 28 per cent.
Throughout those long hours of the Greek bailout talks the European ministers remained sombrely suited and booted, while across the table their Greek counterparts wore every business fashion faux pas imaginable, from open-neck shirts and T-shirts to leather jackets - if you could see under the table they were probably wearing shorts and flip flops as well
The Prime Minister sombrely paid tribute to Lebanon's army and military martyrs and hostages.
Not very much, I suspect, with the cast sombrely delivering lines about trust and frailty while starring broodily into the middle distance.