Examples of melancholic in a Sentence
she becomes quite melancholic when she reflects on all the lost opportunities of her life
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Given the introspective nature of the work, these lapses do not negatively affect the sublimely melancholic mood.
The second film is overall a far slower, more melancholic affair.
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MELANCHOLIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of melancholic for English Language Learners
: very sad
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