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In the winter of 1941-42, the daily food ration was down to a morose 250 grams.The Botanist Who Defied Stalin - Issue 99: Universality|Lee Alan Dugatkin|April 21, 2021|Nautilus
Winslet’s dowdy, frumpish, and middle-aged Mary blossoms before our eyes to reveal the beauty that has been right in front of us all along, while Ronan’s morose, hollow Charlotte transitions into a vibrant, confident woman by her side.Winslet, Ronan have seaside rendezvous in ‘Ammonite’|John Paul King|December 11, 2020|Washington Blade
Gen X, the least excited generation about returning to the workplace, may also be saddling the experience with morose expectations.
He can seem on occasion morose, on other occasions petulant, and never comfortable in interviews.Imagining Prince Charles as King Makes All of Britain Wish They Could Leave Like Scotland|Clive Irving|September 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Test audiences found the original ending too morose and wanted to see Alex get blown away.Return of the Bunny Boiler: Fatal Attraction’s World Stage Premiere|Nico Hines|March 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I found the morose philosophers (Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, Spengler) the most interesting.
He carried with him the insecurities, foibles, and morose visions of fin de siècle Europe.
Lee McQueen could see beauty in the morose and even the morbid.
How many in Melbourne injure wealth and brain, I leave to more skilled and morose critics.
There are few greater annoyances of life than an irritable woman, rendered doubly morose by the infirmities of years.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott
He went upstairs to his room in this morose state and, procuring a revolver, after a short time came down and shot at his sister.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
I paced the deck for hours, and grew morose and nervous, chafing under the slowness of the stout craft.A Fortune Hunter; Or, The Old Stone Corral|John Dunloe Carteret
Shiel half turned away, not sullen, not morose, but with a strange apathy settled on him.You Never Know Your Luck, Complete|Gilbert Parker