ultraserious

ultraserious

(ˌʌltrəˈsɪərɪəs)
adj
extremely serious
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Channing Tatum's ultraserious turn as Mark Schultz is the most humourless portrayal of any sportsman imaginable, despite the athletic star having the prerequisite lightning-fast gym moves.
By writing the "big-think book of the moment," the New York Times reported, Piketty has "joined the rare company of the ultraserious big thinker whose big idea truly commands the public stage.
The ridiculous yellow bow, the bizarre wartime clothes, the ultraserious icy stare and, to top it all off, the garish straightened orange hair.
What the Gunners need to become ultraserious title challengers are three defensive players - a goalkeeper, a centre-back to play alongside Thomas Vermaelen and a holding midfielder.
This is ultraserious because once the infection hits the midline there is a direct path to the heart.
Contrast between the ultraserious cell, in which Hassan is the most devout member, and Sayeed's moderate, middle-class home plants the seeds for a clash of wills and values.
Industry observers said the returns were respectable, given its three-hour running time and ultraserious subject matter.
She said people didn't want heavy, ultraserious things anymore.