Definition of Sombered
1. somber [v] - See also: somber
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Literary usage of Sombered
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly by William Farrand Felch, George C. Atwell, H. Phelps Arms, Frances Trevelyan Miller (1904)
"... -sombered bow Sailed on to meet the night. The silent, dragging weeks went by. The months, the tongueless years, Hut ocean let no secret cr3", ..."
2. The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography: Being the History of the by James Terry White (1895)
"There were some worldly sacrifices, but, although they sombered my face a little, they did not drive the sunshine from my heart. ..."
3. Brief Biographies by Samuel Smiles (1881)
"The dark shadows that overspread the waters, and the mournful silence of the surrounding desert, sombered our otherwise glad feelings into a state of awe. ..."
4. Analytics of Literature: A Manual for the Objective Study of English Prose by Lucius Adelno Sherman (1893)
"These clear and pure joy-tones appear variously shaded and sombered, chiefly through pectoral colorings, in a series of effects which range from the notes ..."
5. Friendship's Offering, and Winter's Wreath.: And Winter's Wreath: a by Thomas Kibble Hervey, Leitch Ritchie (1840)
"... the tombs with many a varied light, The pale now sombered o'er, then dusk, or silver- bright. ..."