Broodingly



preoccupied with depressing, morbid, or painful memories or thoughts:
a brooding frame of mind.
cast in subdued light so as to convey a somewhat threatening atmosphere:
Dusk fell on the brooding hills.
Historical Examples

The Eddy Clarence L. Cullen
The Secret Witness George Gibbs
The Tragic Muse Henry James
The Metal Moon Everett C. Smith
The Woman from Outside Hulbert Footner
The Planet Savers Marion Zimmer Bradley
Harriet and the Piper Kathleen Norris
When the Mountain Shook Robert Abernathy
The Tragic Muse Henry James
Mystery at Geneva Rose Macaulay

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