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1  Huck's face lost its tranquil content, and took a melancholy cast.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
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2  And then there came, mingling with his half-formed dreams, a most melancholy caterwauling.
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3  Yet notwithstanding all this, the boy grew more and more melancholy and pale and dejected.
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4  Aunt Polly had drooped into a settled melancholy, and her gray hair had grown almost white.
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5  The boy's soul was steeped in melancholy; his feelings were in happy accord with his surroundings.
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6  He surveyed the fence, and all gladness left him and a deep melancholy settled down upon his spirit.
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7  Huck was sitting on the gunwale of a flatboat, listlessly dangling his feet in the water and looking very melancholy.
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8  In the afternoon Becky Thatcher found herself moping about the deserted schoolhouse yard, and feeling very melancholy.
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9  When he got upon his feet at last and moved feebly downtown, a melancholy change had come over everything and every creature.
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10  Becky resumed her picture inspections with Alfred, but as the minutes dragged along and no Tom came to suffer, her triumph began to cloud and she lost interest; gravity and absentmindedness followed, and then melancholy; two or three times she pricked up her ear at a footstep, but it was a false hope; no Tom came.
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