Melancholy may refer to: Melancholia, one of the four temperaments in pre-
modern medicine and proto-psychology, representing a state of low mood ...
Melancholy definition, a gloomy state of mind, especially when habitual or
prolonged; depression. See more.
1 a : an abnormal state attributed to an excess of black bile and characterized by
irascibility or depression b : black bile c : melancholia. 2 a : depression of spirits ...
Melancholy is beyond sad: as a noun or an adjective, it's a word for the gloomiest
Melancholic people are emotionally sensitive, perfectionistic introverts.
Perfectionistic. The defining feature of a melancholic attitude is perfectionism.
They are ...
Synonyms for melancholy at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus,
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Nov 8, 2015 ... Whatever happened to experiencing the grace of melancholy, which requires
reflection: a sort of mental steeping, like tea? What if all this ...
b. An emotional state characterized by sullenness and outbreaks of violent anger,
believed to arise from an excess of black bile. adj. 1. Feeling, showing, or ...
'he had an ability to convey a sense of deep melancholy and yearning through
much of his work'. 'at the centre of his music lies a profound melancholy and ...
289 quotes have been tagged as melancholy: Edgar Allan Poe: 'I have absolutely
no pleasure in the stimulants in which I sometimes so madly indulge. It ha...