Translation of lugubrious in Spanish:

lugubrious

lúgubre, adj.

Pronunciation /ləˈɡ(j)ubriəs//lʊˈɡuːbrɪəs/

adjective

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    lúgubre
    • I toured the small cemetery with its sad tombstone inscriptions, and then took the short boat trip back to Ile Royale, where a lugubrious guide pointed out the almond tree under which the guillotine used to stand.
    • Something in the vibration of that deep, pompous tone he adopts - the lugubrious, narcissistic fake gravity - grates on me.
    • He has this rather lugubrious expression and a kind of lethargy that makes you wonder if he finds it a bit of a pain to keep himself alive by breathing in and out.
    • Which makes Paradise Lost the ideal listen for those among you who happen to like the more lugubrious moments of Depeche Mode, or Metallica, or, preferably, both.
    • But come on - he can be so longwinded, lugubrious, and self-indulgent.
    • ‘I think of myself as pretty much an undiscovered genius,’ quips the lugubrious 47-year-old.
    • While the penultimate anti-whaling lament, The Last Leviathan, proves somewhat lugubrious, the album closes on a note of affirmation with the simple but affecting love song Running Home.
    • How else to explain the Oscar triumphs of Gladiator, Out of Africa, and the legendarily lugubrious 1968 musical Oliver!?
    • The mood in their haunted honky-tonk runs from lugubrious laments to boisterous boogies, drawing in touches of ragtime, country, blues and cabaret.
    • A tall, lugubrious man wearing what looked suspiciously like a parka, he at first spoke so quietly nobody could hear.
    • The performances are as sharp as a tack, with Sergent and Blackburn quite brilliant as the ‘cynical pustule’ Pump and the laconically lugubrious Smith.
    • ‘I was a unique talent,’ says John, in lugubrious tones.
    • And so my evening ended with the lugubrious sight and sound, fortunately unseen and unheard, of a chubby old poet singing along to a faltering self-accompaniment, working through a few old style songs.
    • The actor adores pranks, especially the ones that require a straight face and his familiar lugubrious delivery.
    • One will certainly be forgiven for harboring similar reservations about the religious tradition that grew up around this lugubrious symbol.
    • I think it's better to be a little bit humorous, not just lugubrious if you can help it.
    • A large, disapproving looking woman of mature years accompanied by a lugubrious Schnauzer - both clad in sleeveless knitted jerkins - had materialised on the lawn.
    • The furniture is of the grandest and displayed in rooms lined with panelling and tapestries - dim, because things fade in bright light, but for that reason rather lugubrious.
    • Just as well that he's arranged his own party: his lugubrious downer of a dad has forgotten what day it is.
    • One element in the puzzling Aberdeen which has changed, however, is the boss who, while still displaying the same lugubrious demeanour, has learned several savage lessons about the Premier League.