mournfuller

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

mournful +‎ -er

Adjective[edit]

mournfuller

  1. comparative form of mournful: more mournful
    • 1890, George Meredith, Diana of the Crossways, Chapter XXIX., page #272:
      Crossing the Park on the line to Diana’s house he met Miss Paynham, who grieved to say that Mrs. Warwick could not give her a sitting; and, in a still mournfuller tone, imagined he would find her at home, and alone by this time.