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elegiac

el·e·gi·ac / ˌeləˈjīək; eˈlējēˌak/ • adj. (esp. of a work of art) having a mournful quality: the movie score is a somber effort, elegiac in its approach. ∎  (of a poetic meter) used for elegies. DERIVATIVES: el·e·gi·a·cal·ly / ˌeləˈjīək(ə)lē/ adv.

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