Translation of mournful in Spanish:

mournful

de profunda tristeza, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmɔːnfʊl//ˈmɔːnf(ə)l//ˈmɔrnfəl/

adjective

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    (expression/glance) de profunda tristeza
    (expression/glance) acongojado literary
    (cry/sigh) lastimero
    (sight) lamentable
    (sight) triste
    • Ms. Kim plays a mournful noblewoman from Korea's Joseon Dynasty who later becomes a slave in China.
    • His reply was quite the most mournful plea for understanding I had ever heard in three decades of involvement in the crazy inexplicable world of racing.
    • Everett had a very deep bass voice that sounded perpetually gloomy and mournful when a person wasn't used to him.
    • He wore sometimes a mournful look, at other times an almost blank expression as he followed his beloved grandmother.
    • Fleet, meanwhile, has the resigned and mournful air of a dog who knows the precise trick his master requires him to perform in return for dinner.
    • A voiceover started up, relaying a message of mournful defiance - I have completely forgotten what it said.
    • The answer is emphatic, the expression on the face is mournful.
    • Number Two Court may be colloquially known as the graveyard of champions but the mournful mood was only allowed to descend when football was mentioned.
    • A single figure stepped toward the pyre and a mournful cry of loss and sorrow tore up into the night.
    • Plunged headlong into joyful Christmas celebrations, Jack mooches around looking mournful and lugubrious.
    • Winter was over but there was room for a twinge of regret, it seemed to me, and a little mournful Polish fatalism.
    • ‘We're not going to be all mournful,’ her husband Rob said before the funeral.
    • Perhaps it was the heat, the lack of dinner in my belly, or some deep animal instinct, but I suddenly felt the urge to tip my head back and howl like a mournful dog.
    • I woke up when I heard the mournful cry of a harpooned whale.
    • The villagers all line the dock, tears welling in their respective eyes, waving a mournful farewell to the departing sailors.
    • Gradually throughout the 1920s the Anzac Day service became less and less akin to a mournful funeral.
    • On a less mournful note he keeps pigs at his home in New England - just as the Prendergast family did when they lived in Fulford.
    • I am sure Jimmy would not have wanted us to be mournful.
    • Quite obviously, there is a deeply mournful element to the novel.
    • He came over and sat by my chair, a look of mournful regret on his open honest little face.