Mournful, dismal, or gloomy, especially to an exaggerated or ludicrous degree.(adjective)
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Use "lugubrious" in a sentence
"He saw the two whale-boats land on the beach, and the sick, on stretchers or pick-a-back, groaning and wailing, go by in lugubrious procession."
"He heaved a great sigh, and said in lugubrious tones:"
"A certain lugubrious yarn, "My Graves," was my masterpiece."