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sad (1 formerly a very common sense)
1. grave, serious Gent. I. iii. 1 “sad talk,” Ado I. i. 191 “a sad brow,” II. i. 360, MND. IV. i. 101 “in silence sad,” Tw.N. III. iv. 21 “I sent for thee upon a sad occasion,” H5 IV. i. 321 “the sad and solemn priests,” Cæs. I. ii. 216 “That Cæsar looks so sad.”
2. morose, dismal-looking R2 V. v. 70 “that sad dog That brings me food.”
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