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Meaning of MELANCHOLY

Pronunciation:  'melun`kâlee

 
Matching Terms:  melancholia, melancholiac, melancholian, melancholic, melancholily, melancholiness, melancholious, melancholist, melancholize, melancholy thistle

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 Definition: Dreaming that you are feeling melancholy means disappointment in an event that was assumed to be a success. Seeing others melancholy in your dream means unpleasant interruptions in your affairs that need to be tended to immediately.
 
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 Related Terms: absorption, abstraction, aching heart, agony, agony of mind, anguish, atrabiliar, atrabilious, bale, beetle-browed, bitterness, black, black-browed, blase, bleeding heart, blue, blues, boredness, boredom, bouderie, broken heart, brown study, cheerless, cheerlessness, close study, concentration, contemplativeness, crestfallen, crushing, dark, deep thought, dejected, dejectedness, dejection, depressed, depressing, depression, depth of misery, desolation, despair, desperation, despondency, despondent, discomposing, disconsolate, disconsolateness, dismal, dispirited, dispiritedness, disquieting, disturbing, doleful, dolor, dolorous, dour, downcast, downhearted, downheartedness, dreary, dumpish, dumpishness, dumps, engrossment, ennui, extremity, fed-up, fed-upness, forlorn, frowning, funereal, funky, gentle melancholy, gloom, gloominess, gloomy, glowering, glum, glumness, good and tired, grief, grim, grimness, grum, grumness, heartache, heartbroken, heavy heart, heavyhearted, heavyheartedness, infelicity, irked, jaded, jadedness, joyless, lachrymose, lamentable, life-weariness, life-weary, low, lowering, low-spirited, lugubrious, lugubriousness, melancholia, melancholic, melancholiness, miserable, miserableness, misery, moanful, moodiness, moodish, moodishness, moody, mopey, moping, mopish, mopishness, morose, moroseness, mournful, mournfulness, mumpish, musing, pensive, pensiveness, perturbing, plaintive, preoccupation, profound thought, prostration, reflective, reflectiveness, reverie, romantic melancholy, rueful, sad, saddened, saddening, sadness, satiated, satiation, satiety, scowling, sick, sick of, somber, sombrous, sorrow, sorrowful, sorrowfulness, sorry, speculativeness, spleen, splenetic, study, suicidal despair, sulkiness, sulky, sullen, sullenness, surliness, surly, taedium vitae, tedium, thoughtful, thoughtfulness, tired, tired of, tired of living, tired to death, tiredness, triste, tristful, tristfulness, unhappiness, unhappy, wailful, wearied, weariful, wearifulness, weariness, weary, weary unto death, wistful, wistfulness, woe, woebegone, woeful, woefulness, world-weariness, world-weary, wretchedness
 

 

 

 

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