Examples of dour in a Sentence
She had a dour expression on her face.
the dour mood of the crowd
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Some economists think that the dour talk is overblown and that the stock markets are running on emotion untethered from economic reality, a narrative that gained force as markets in New York snapped back from the depths on Tuesday.
Still, tens of millions of those eyeballs will be rolling at the Patriots, who are making a record 10th Super Bowl appearance, and dour coach Bill Belichick, who is participating in a record 11th Super Bowl.
On Fox News, Brit Hume pointed out that congressional Democrats looked dour throughout the speech, which included a few references to bipartisanship.
Mr Jeyenbekov, a dour 59-year-old, has admitted that it was marred by vote-buying.
Kirk-Duvoisin said the medieval parade wasn't supposed to dwell especially on the dour aspects of Saint Joan's life.
Jan Kruger/GettyImages Things looked dour earlier on in the summer with Pulis only completing a deal for China international Yuning Zhang and then immediately loaning the youngster to Werder Bremen for two years.
Nationally, Trump's overall approval ratings are dour.
Cleveland beat Phoenix 101-97 on Dec. 28, 2015, but James scored 14 points and was dour after the game.
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