Melanchole



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mel·an·chol·y

(mĕl′ən-kŏl′ē)n.

Melanchole - Salvia Palth Music seeing everyone at Halloween parties while I’m home has me down badddd lol. So yeah just albums that feel lonely, those who have listened to “i was all over her” from the album know what im talking ab. That’s the vibe im seeking. Melancholy definition is - depression of spirits: dejection. How to use melancholy in a sentence. 89 synonyms of melancholy from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 120 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for melancholy.

2. Pensive reflection or contemplation.
3. Archaic
b. An emotional state characterized by sullenness and outbreaks of violent anger, believed to arise from an excess of black bile.
adj.
1. Feeling, showing, or expressing depression of the spirits; sad or dejected. See Synonyms at sad.
2. Causing or tending to cause sadness or gloom: a letter with some melancholy news.
[Middle English malencolie, melancolie, from Old French, from Late Latin melancholia, from Greek melankholiā : melās, melan-, black + kholē, bile; see ghel- in Indo-European roots.]
mel′an·chol′i·ness n.
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melancholy

(ˈmɛlənkəlɪ) n, pl-cholies
1. a constitutional tendency to gloominess or depression
3. (Psychology) archaic
a. a gloomy character, thought to be caused by too much black bile
b. one of the four bodily humours; black bile. See humour8
adj
characterized by, causing, or expressing sadness, dejection, etc
[C14: via Old French from Late Latin melancholia, from Greek melankholia, from melas black + kholē bile]
ˈmelanˌcholinessn
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mel•an•chol•y

(ˈmɛl ənˌkɒl i)
n., pl. -chol•ies,
adj. n.
2. thoughtfulness; pensiveness.
3.
a. a condition of depression and irritability formerly attributed to an excess of black bile.
adj.
4. affected with melancholy; depressed: a melancholy mood.
6. thoughtful; pensive.
[1275–1325; Middle English < Late Latin melancholia < Greek melancholía condition of having black bile =melan-melan- + chol(ḗ) bile + -ia-ia]
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melancholy

  • elegiac - Can mean 'melancholy, mournful.'
  • brown study - Gloomy meditation or melancholy is known as being in a brown study.
  • hypochondria - First referred to the upper abdomen and the organs under the ribs (liver, gall bladder, spleen)—thought to be the source of melancholy.
  • tristful - Means 'full of melancholy or sadness.'
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Melancholy


a condition of abnormal gloom or depression, of ten of an intensity to become a form of insanity. — melancholiac, n., adj. — melancholie, n., adj.
1. black bile, one of the four bodily humors, formerly believed to be the cause of gloom, ill temper, and depression.
2. melancholia.
3. a pensive, contemplative mood.
4.Obsolete, ill temper. — melancholiac, n., adj. — melancholie, n., adj.
melancholia.
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Noun1.melancholy - a feeling of thoughtful sadness
sadness, unhappiness - emotions experienced when not in a state of well-being
gloom, gloominess, somberness, sombreness - a feeling of melancholy apprehension
heavyheartedness - a feeling of dispirited melancholy
pensiveness, brooding - persistent morbid meditation on a problem
Weltschmerz, world-weariness - sadness on thinking about the evils of the world
2.melancholy - a constitutional tendency to be gloomy and depressed
depression - a mental state characterized by a pessimistic sense of inadequacy and a despondent lack of activity
3.melancholy - a humor that was once believed to be secreted by the kidneys or spleen and to cause sadness and melancholy
bodily fluid, body fluid, liquid body substance, humour, humor - the liquid parts of the body
Adj.1.melancholy - characterized by or causing or expressing sadness; 'growing more melancholy every hour'; 'her melancholic smile'; 'we acquainted him with the melancholy truth'
sad - experiencing or showing sorrow or unhappiness; 'feeling sad because his dog had died'; 'Better by far that you should forget and smile / Than that you should remember and be sad'- Christina Rossetti
2.melancholy - grave or even gloomy in character; 'solemn and mournful music'; 'a suit of somber black'; 'a somber mood'
cheerless, depressing, uncheerful - causing sad feelings of gloom and inadequacy; 'the economic outlook is depressing'; 'something cheerless about the room'; 'a moody and uncheerful person'; 'an uncheerful place'
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melancholy

adjective

Melancholy

1.sad, down, depressed, unhappy, low, blue, miserable, moody, gloomy, dismal, sombre, woeful, glum, mournful, dejected, despondent, dispirited, melancholic, downcast, lugubrious, pensive, sorrowful, disconsolate, joyless, doleful, downhearted, heavy-hearted, down in the dumps(informal), woebegone, down in the mouth, low-spiritedIt was at this time of day that he felt most melancholy.
sadhappy, cheerful, bright, glad, lively, sunny, jolly, merry, joyous, joyful, blithe, gay, light-hearted
noun
1.sadness, depression, misery, gloom, sorrow, woe, blues, unhappiness, despondency, the hump(Brit. informal), dejection, low spirits, gloominess, pensivenessHe watched the process with an air of melancholy.
sadnessdelight, pleasure, joy, happiness, gladness
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melancholy

nounA feeling or spell of dismally low spirits:
blues, dejection, depression, despondence, despondency, doldrums, dolefulness, downheartedness, dumps, dysphoria, funk, gloom, glumness, heavy-heartedness, mope (used in plural), mournfulness, sadness, unhappiness.
adjective1. In low spirits:
blue, dejected, depressed, desolate, dispirited, down, downcast, downhearted, dull, dysphoric, gloomy, heavy-hearted, low, melancholic, sad, spiritless, tristful, unhappy, wistful.
2. Tending to cause sadness or low spirits:
blue, cheerless, depressing, dismal, dispiriting, gloomy, joyless, sad.
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melancholickýmelancholie
òunglyndi, depurîòunglyndur, dapur
憂うつ
melanholijaskumjš, grūtsirdīgs
çok üzgünhüzünkederlimelânkoli

melancholy

[ˈmelənkəlɪ]
A.ADJ [person, mood] → melancólico; [duty, sight] → triste
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melancholy

[ˈmɛlənkɒli]
nmélancolief
an air of melancholy → un airmélancolique
The general watched the parade with an air of melancholy → Le généralregardait le défilé d'un airmélancolique.
Melancholy personalityadj
(= unhappy) → mélancolique
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melancholy

adjmelancholisch, schwermütig; duty, sight, truth etctraurig; placetrist
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melancholy

[ˈmɛlənklɪ]
1.adj (person) → malinconico/a; (duty, subject) → triste
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melancholy

(ˈmelənkəli) noun
depression or sadness. He was overcome by a feeling of melancholy. melancholie كآبَه، سُوَيْداء меланхолия melancolia melancholie die Melancholie melankoli μελαγχολίαmelancolía melanhoolia مالیخولیا melankolikko mélancolieעצבות, מלנכוליה गहरी उदासी melankolija, sjeta búskomorság kesedihan þunglyndi, depurð malinconia 憂うつ 우울, 침울 melancholija melanholija kesedihan melancholietungsinn, melankolimelancholia ماليخوليا،روانى ناروغ melancolia melancolie уныние melanchólia otožnost melanholija melankoli ภาวะเศร้าโศก melânkoli, hüzün 憂鬱 меланхолія, сум غمگینی، دلگیری sự u sầu 忧郁
adjective
sad; showing or causing sadness. melancholy eyes. melancholies سَوْداوي، حَزين، يُظْهِر الحُزْن меланхоличен melancólico melancholický melancholisch melankolsk μελαγχολικόςmelancólico raskemeelne غمگین melankolinen mélancoliqueעצוב उदासी की अवस्था sjetan, tužan búskomor sedih þunglyndur, dapur malinconico 憂うつな 슬픈 melancholiškas skumjš, grūtsirdīgs rasa sedih melancholiektungsindig, trist, melankolsksmutny, melancholijny غمجن melancólico melancolic грустный, печальный melancholický otožen melanholičan melankolisk เศร้า çok üzgün, kederli 憂鬱的,傷感的 меланхолійний, сумний افسردہ u sầu 忧郁的,悲伤的,令人伤感的
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Related to melancholic: Melancholic depression

mel·an·chol·ic

(mĕl′ən-kŏl′ĭk)adj.
2. Of or relating to melancholia.
Definition
mel′an·chol′i·cal·ly adv.
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melancholic

(ˌmɛlənˈkɒlɪk) Melancholeadj
relating to or suffering from melancholy or melancholia
n
(Psychiatry) a person who suffers from melancholia
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mel•an•chol•ic

(ˌmɛl ənˈkɒl ɪk)
adj.
1. of, pertaining to, or affected with melancholia.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin < Greek]
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Noun1.melancholic - someone subject to melancholia
depressive - someone suffering psychological depression
Adj.1.melancholic - characterized by or causing or expressing sadness; 'growing more melancholy every hour'; 'her melancholic smile'; 'we acquainted him with the melancholy truth'
sad - experiencing or showing sorrow or unhappiness; 'feeling sad because his dog had died'; 'Better by far that you should forget and smile / Than that you should remember and be sad'- Christina Rossetti
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melancholic

adjectiveIn low spirits:
blue, dejected, depressed, desolate, dispirited, down, downcast, downhearted, dull, dysphoric, gloomy, heavy-hearted, low, melancholy, sad, spiritless, tristful, unhappy, wistful.
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Noun Melancholy In Bible

apeamelankolinen
melankoličan
melankolisk
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melancholic

n (liter)Melancholiker(in)m(f)

Melancholy Synonym

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