Saturnine

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  1. Eeyore is saturnine. The gloomy, cynical character of A. A. Milne's gray donkey typifies the personality type the ancient Romans ascribed to individuals born when the planet Saturn was rising in the heavens.
  2. adjective gloomy, grave, sombre, dour, morose, glum, taciturn, phlegmatic, uncommunicative He is a saturnine man who speaks with precision and pedantic care. Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. © HarperCollins Publishers ,
  3. Medieval alchemists ascribed to the planet Saturn a gloomy and slow character. When people are called saturnine, it means they are like the planet — gloomy, mean, scowling. Not exactly the life of the party. Saturnine is a word you don't hear often nowadays, though you probably know people with saturnine .
  4. Some common synonyms of saturnine are crabbed, gloomy, glum, morose, sulky, sullen, and surly. While all these words mean "showing a forbidding or disagreeable mood," saturnine describes a heavy forbidding aspect or suggests a bitter disposition. a saturnine cynic always finding fault When is crabbed a more appropriate choice than saturnine?
  5. saturnine (adj.) "gloomy, morose, sluggish, grave," midc., literally "born under the influence of the planet Saturn," from Middle English Saturne(see Saturn) + -ine(1).
  6. Mar 14,  · Saturnine is Dan’s biggest novel yet (that’s saying something, about Saturnine, about the siege of Terra, about Dan as an author). I’m sure this will become one of my biggest reviews yet. And Saturnine deserves it/5.
  7. The voice of the older man came with a sinister force and saturnine. His temper was of the saturnine complexion, and without the least taint of moroseness. The saturnine Hahn stood at my door with a weapon upon me while I ate. All the while the little Cuban talked swiftly and with a saturnine enthusiasm.

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