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Adjective: sombre  sóm-bu(r)
Usage: Brit, Cdn (US: somber)
  1. Lacking brightness or colour; dull
    "children in sombre brown clothes"; "sombre faded curtains";
    - drab, sober, somber [US]
  2. Grave or even gloomy in character
    "a sombre mood"; "a suit of sombre black";
    - somber [US], melancholy

See also: cheerless, colorless [US], colourless [Brit, Cdn], depressing, uncheerful

Encyclopedia: Sombre