Afterwards, back in the locker room, Gregg Allman morosely doles himself out another dollop of coke.
“Seems to me it's bad enough for anybody,” said Andrew, morosely.
"No one is to blame for his madness," replied Reznikov, morosely.
He, though he is imbued in the Socratic lectures, will not morosely reject thee.
His eyes grew dark and gloomy; morosely he bent his gaze upon her.
I had made up my mind to have done with everything; to stay on there to the end, morosely resigned to my lot.
Good Indian leaned his back against a tree, and eyed the two morosely.
"My name's not Daddleskink," the Tyro informed him morosely.
He went about morosely and snapped villainously at the boys.
A few moments later I was morosely moving an alleged boat through the mists of the morass.
1530s "gloomy," from Latin morosus "morose, peevish, hypercritical, fastidious," from mos (genitive moris) "habit, custom" (see moral (adj.)). In English, manners by itself means "(good) manners," but here the implication in Latin is "(bad) manners." Related: Morosity.