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Use "tristesse" in a sentence
"Eventually the statuesque and barely made-up Helena Pikon, often resembling a caryatid in her straight-and-narrow stance, takes on the persona of a sorrowing Penelope from the "Odyssey" as she makes her mark as something of a loner in this community, often trailing tristesse in her wake."
"Few will deny that this final burst of warmth and sunshine is welcome, but it is not without its tristesse."
"Losing the third act would not only prevent films from overstaying their welcome, it would also bypass that inevitable post-action tristesse when the third act fails to live up to its predecessors by delivering a coup de grace that is bigger and better than anything we've seen in the film so far, and by extension anything we've seen in the cinema, ever."