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  1. My tone is morose today.
  2. So the shorts were morose.
  3. No, but he is rather morose.
  4. All alike were taciturn and morose.
  5. She is a proud and morose child.

  6. The green jacketed creature was morose.
  7. Dad always ended up morose or in tears.
  8. Breakfast was a collection of morose faces.
  9. This morose journeyman had no liking for me.
  10. You are both melancholy, both morose and hot-.
  11. Morose Matt emptied the fourth bottle of red.
  12. Morose tunes were still heard throughout the room.
  13. Even the cats seemed to turn morose and lethargic.
  14. No, not really, I said sounding rather morose.
  15. He was morose and taciturn even with this old woman.

  16. After the couple sang a handful of similarly morose.
  17. Roger moped along, looking even more morose than usual.
  18. He looked morose, but with a sort of pride of expression.
  19. Morose, the president steps into the Oval Office at 6:08 a.
  20. At least, one that looked like he was trying to be morose.
  21. In short he was accurate and diligent; but profoundly morose.
  22. In fact he looked morose, and it was not without good cause.
  23. In the dining room, Bree was eating cereal and looking morose.
  24. The door creaked open and a rather morose Razzle entered the room.
  25. Those about him had never seen the count so morose and irritable.

  26. Carolyn Penrose spent a morose Christmas morning at her mother’s house.
  27. He supposed he looked kind of glum and morose, perhaps even outright sad.
  28. I had left him morose but completely sober at a few minutes before twelve.
  29. He would be singing morose ballads of splendid defeat in a quavering keen.
  30. The envoy had already mounted, and turning to the morose officers occupying.
  31. The Procrastinator Militant spoke then suddenly out of turn, sounding morose:.
  32. He was obviously morose again, but I sat next to him and tried to draw him out.
  33. He appeared to be gloomy and morose, and had clearly come with some end in view.
  34. It was a depressed, morose and quite disturbed crowd that final y boarded buses.
  35. She did not have her usual smile of greeting and seemed very serious, even morose.
  36. He was feeling especially morose and sad that day, though he could not have said.
  37. This luxurious curtain delighted the convicts, even the most sombre and most morose.
  38. Thus ruing his fate shaped by his obsession to live beyond his means, he turned morose.
  39. He was a tall, angular man, with high cheek bones, morose, and very slow in his movements.
  40. His brown morose face with frowning brows was clearly visible by the glow of the charcoal.
  41. All that existed was a heavy, morose cloud of impending doom, and beside him sat Beth, giggling.
  42. He no longer smiled with his infantile smile, he had grown morose and no longer received visitors.
  43. A woman! What is the world coming to the Admiral said, studying the morose McDermot Well, I.
  44. Sitting in the back of a cab in morose silence, Billy lets the music in his head fade to dull static.
  45. As he looked at each one, it reminded him of the places he’d been and the morose things he had seen.
  46. I knew that a person named Vassilieff was claiming from him in a morose manner payment of a small debt.
  47. He didn't take it well when I told him he was physically unattractive as well as a selfish, morose prick.
  48. He had been there often, during a whole year, and had always been the same moody and morose lounger there.
  49. Such thoughts aside, time passed as is its habit, with dragged heels and a morose gait, crippled by boredom.
  50. She just shook her head, morose with her aches and pains, but she gave him a casual wave as he stalked past.
  51. When he came in to tea, silent, morose, and with tear-stained face, everybody pretended not to notice anything.
  52. She never seemed especially cheerful, he recalled, but she never did seem morose or down in her spirits.
  53. Lucy noticed that as she readied him for bed, his old stubbornness had returned his sullen looks and morose tone.
  54. All that day and the next and the next Holmes was in a mood which his friends would call taciturn, and others morose.
  55. Three hours and a mid-journey shisha stop later, we faced my morose employees who were waiting for us since morning.
  56. As it was, he suffered a long term of imprisonment and afterwards returned to England a morose and disappointed man.
  57. We have no need to think about it; as we have said, so it will be, angrily muttered the morose, toothless old man.
  58. The first Cardinal-Archbishop of Sulaco had preserved his fanatical and morose air; the aspect of a chaplain of bandits.
  59. It looked so stupid when she was done that it made her morose, but Frankie was gleeful, and they ended up laughing at it.
  60. Detroit gave a swift glance over to the morose Oak, whose head hadn’t turned away from the window since Denver had left.
  61. He lingered for a while, morose and reluctant, before he rose, circling noiselessly with a sinister droop of beak and claws.
  62. If you were already as morose about the market as I was, this move to new lows was a sign to get aggressive on the short side.
  63. Pierre, who had come downstairs, walked through the rooms and struck everyone by his preoccupied, absentminded, and morose air.
  64. After what seemed like hours to Hester and the others, a morose procession carried a body down the hill to the waiting vehicle.
  65. Pierre, who had come downstairs, walked through the rooms and struck everyone by his preoccupied, absent-minded, and morose air.
  66. Michael, in his more morose moods often got depressed at his isolation from Jonathon who was after all his only remaining family.
  67. The next day too Sathyam had to contend with a morose Roopa, and during bedtime, as if to preempt his move, she pretended headache.
  68. One after another, a glowing blue door appeared on the pods, then slowly, out came the survivors, a beaten, motley and morose crew.
  69. They separated, the first two chatting, and the third walking eastward with a morose look, and I suddenly realized how hungry I was.
  70. It was a moment of rapturous joy, however there sat Edgar, morose and sullen, staring at him, with fear clearly written in his eyes.
  71. The presence of the Doctor intimidated Rebecca, and she was sullen and morose during the post-shift meal which she ate with the group.
  72. The count ordered his carriage that he might drive to Sokólniki, and sat in his study with folded hands, morose, sallow, and taciturn.
  73. Ferguson appeared to be a morose and silent man, but I could see from the little that he said that he was at least a fellow-countryman.
  74. The little bruise on my ankle that I’d gotten from shooting heroin in Portland was still there, but faded to a faint morose yellow now.
  75. The sub-lieutenant was a young man fresh from Petersburg, always silent and morose, of dignified appearance though small, stout, and rosy-cheeked.
  76. And how clear it all is now! His illness then, all his strange actions … before this, in the university, how morose he used to be, how gloomy….
  77. It was giving off an acrid stench of plastic and burning creosote, but the morose, shivering teenager sitting in front of it didn’t seem to care.
  78. He had been with me for two years, and came with the best references, but he was a silent, morose man, not very popular either with masters or boys.
  79. When the time came, when the door opened and the habitual scrape of the tray announced wash time, I sat there in morose silence, staring at the wall.
  80. He had been with me for two years, and came with the best references; but he was a silent, morose man, not very popular either with masters or boys.
  81. He quickly showered, shaved out of respect for the holiday, and exited in favor of a sleepy-eyed Liz, somewhat morose in the bright light of morning.
  82. Agnes was slumped in the van, morose, accepting without dissent or visible pleasure my assertion that our success was due entirely to her strong stand.
  83. Perhaps if I’d really understood how bad the odds were, I’d just have had a last good night’s sleep and spend the rest of eternity looking morose.
  84. When all observed at length that she got morose on Sneha’s birthdays and remained reflective on her death anniversaries, Vidya thought it was foolproof.
  85. In a sulky triumph, Drummle showed his morose depreciation of the rest of us, in a more and more offensive degree, until he became downright intolerable.
  86. As I was always a gloomy, morose sort of individual, my friends easily forgot me; of course, they would have forgotten me all the same, without that excuse.
  87. Now he was not one to use sarcasm under normal circumstances but morose, inefficient and downright ignorant shop assistants really hit a raw nerve with him.
  88. Piroo was in his element, and sang and danced with great success, for the arrack was in his veins, and at such times he could be the antipodes of his morose self.
  89. A clump of mountain laurel grew here, and whenever I waxed morose I would creep under them to hear the air-tales the trees traded of rain, earth, and nesting weavers.
  90. She shrugged and said, looking suddenly morose instead of angry: I just don’t see how taking pictures of death, destruction and starving children can do any good.
  91. He nevertheless had a pessimistic, if not morose, opinion about what the future would hold, and informed Colling he would not jeopardize them by returning to the villa again.
  92. When the clock struck eleven, it occurred to her that in its forward march time would abet her lover to leave her for his wife’s place that evening, and that made her morose.
  93. What am I to tell you? I have known Rodion for a year and a half; he is morose, gloomy, proud and haughty, and of late--and perhaps for a long time before--he has been suspicious and fanciful.
  94. What am I to tell you? I have known Rodion for a year and a half; he is morose, gloomy, proud and haughty, and of late—and perhaps for a long time before—he has been suspicious and fanciful.
  95. Besides his height and stoutness, and the strange morose look of suffering in his face and whole figure, the Russians stared at Pierre because they could not make out to what class he could belong.
  96. At a desk, commanding an excellent view of both exits from the dining room, a lady sat with the same somewhat morose expression of countenance which I was beginning to believe the universal New York badge.
  97. I should be disposed to classify them all broadly, as either good or bad men, morose or cheerful, putting by themselves, as a sort of separate creatures, the ingenious fellows who could not hold their tongues.
  98. At this point the young man on the comic paper, who was very drunk but who had hitherto sat in morose silence, addressed Ivan Ilyitch directly, and with flashing eyes began answering in the name of the whole company.
  99. His year of anarchy had filled a deep, interior need of his, the escape from reality, and as he found himself increasingly hemmed in, where he once felt himself free, he became at times listless and morose, even with me.
  100. He was moody, too; unaccountably so; I more than once, when sent for to read to him, found him sitting in his library alone, with his head bent on his folded arms; and, when he looked up, a morose, almost a malignant, scowl blackened his features.

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