WORD OF THE DAY
Lugubrious
loo-GOO-bree-əs
Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, 16th century
1

Sad or gloomy

2

Exaggeratedly mournful

Examples of Lugubrious in a sentence

“The recent loss of their aunt cast a lugubrious shadow over the family gathering.”

“Her lugubrious attitude seemed more about getting attention than mourning any loss.”