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1. He had a rather forbidding, saturnine manner.
2. And wasn't there something about Fox with his saturnine face and dark, watchful eyes?
3. For those of melancholy or saturnine disposition, the means had to be found for inducing receptivity toward Jovian or solar influx.
4. The tech was a rather saturnine individual who never spoke an unnecessary word.
5. A "Saturnine" disposition is typically humorless and somewhat grim.
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6. My former roommate was a saturnine scholar who said very little and smiled rarely.
7. The Artful, meantime, who was of a rather saturnine disposition, and seldom gave way to merriment when it interfered with business, rifled Oliver's pockets with steady assiduity.
8. The face was saturnine and swarthy, and the sensual lips seemed to be twisted with disdain.
9. How evil he looked? The face was saturnine and swarthy , and the sensual lips seemed to be twisted with disdain .
10. My former roommingested was a saturnine scholar who said very little and smiled rarely.
11. Hugh Hungerford was slim and saturnine long-legged long-faced clad in faded finery.
12. With Mr Heathcliff, grim and saturnine, on the one hand, and Hareton, absolutely dumb, on the other, I made a somewhat cheerless meal, and bid adieu early.
13. Actually she was every bit as curious about the saturnine mystery man as Candy.
14. The dermatologists and plastic surgeons I interviewed noted that creases bestowing an angry or saturnine look (usually forehead furrows) on their bearers are particularly irksome.
15. It's a little higher and faster, but with odd, devastating pauses and saturnine shades of mockery.
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