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sombre

  
  
dark, dim, dismal, doleful, drab, dull, dusky, funereal, gloomy, grave, joyless, lugubrious, melancholy, mournful, obscure, sad, sepulchral, shadowy, shady, sober  
  
Antonyms     
   bright, cheerful, chirpy     (informal)   colourful, dazzling, effusive, full of beans, garish, gaudy, genial, happy, lively, sunny, upbeat     (informal)  
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sombre

  

in AM, use somber     
1       adj   If someone is sombre, they are serious or sad.  
The pair were in sombre mood..., His expression became increasingly sombre...     
2       adj   Sombre colours and places are dark and dull.  
...a worried official in sombre black...     

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sore, sober, sob, sobriety

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