Maintaining tight eye contact, the butlers pluck out audience members for a gripping, melancholic dance.
For us, this is Louis C.K. and his crabby, melancholic, and profanely funny half-hour comedy.
This ungainly man soon percolated in my own melancholic imagination.
At first blush, it brings to mind the sultry, melancholic croon of Lana Del Rey.
Taylor had recently broken off an engagement with the actress Neva Gerber, who complained of his melancholic moods.
The gnomes are covetous, and of the melancholic temperament.
This is the melancholic temperament, which does not shrink from the most profound inquiry.
To cure them they had to be well-fed, much bathed, and given drugs which were used in melancholic diseases.
She watched Paul growing irritable, priggish, and melancholic.
Alexander divided mental diseases into two, the maniacal and melancholic.
melancholic mel·an·chol·ic (měl'ən-kŏl'ĭk)
Affected with or being subject to melancholy.
Of or relating to melancholia.