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morose Sentence Examples

  • "I don't mean to sound morose," he said with a smile.

  • The popular notion that Bentham was a morose visionary is far removed from fact.

  • Morose, superstitious, and given to drinking and gambling, the Cambodians are at the same time clean, fairly intelligent, proud and courageous.

  • Fully adult gorillas have never been seen alive in captivity - and perhaps never will be, as the creature is ferocious and morose to a degree.

  • He was without question a reactionary, morose and taciturn, and spent nearly all his time shut up in his palace.

  • Docile and easily tamed when young, old males of many of the species become exceedingly morose and savage in captivity.

  • He was a silent morose man, not popular among his contemporaries, but "always a faithfull Man to the Company."

  • In disposition the islanders are friendly and hospitable, brave and somewhat bloodthirsty; and, although naturally indolent and morose, they have proved industrious and keen traders.

  • "I don't mean to sound morose," he said with a smile.

  • Well fun apart from Phil who just tried not to look to morose having badly dislocated his shoulder last week.

  • Neither am I feeling morbid, or in any way morose.

  • Then shortly after James ran away to sea without his parent's leave, So John Rouat became morose, and sadly did grieve.

  • Yet here they are toiling away on behalf of the poor Steve Richards: Why does Sir Menzies look morose?

  • Now whenever I start feeling morose, I revive by recalling that scene.

  • To outsiders Scotties appear somewhat morose and serious but to their family and friends they are affectionate and cheerful.

  • Last night I finally got around to uploading the January updates, and noticed that I'd sounded rather morose and irritable.

  • The home fans celebrated as if they'd won: we looked so morose you'd think we'd lost.

  • I think we were really quite dark but in a Joy Division sort of way - still quite uplifting dark, not morose.

  • morose man, but he has, on the whole, an excellent record in the public service.

  • morose tones of so many when they address the issue.

  • The native disposition of the Tosks has been modified by intercourse with the Greeks and Vlachs; while the Gheg devotes his attention exclusively to fighting, robbery and pastoral pursuits, the Tosk occasionally occupies himself with commercial, industrial or agricultural employments; the Gheg is stern, morose and haughty, the Tosk lively, talkative and affable.

  • His avidity was insatiable and he could brook no opposition; but, unlike his father, he was morose, silent and unsympathetic. His next conquests were Camerino and Urbino, but his power was now greatly shaken by the conspiracy of La Magione (a castle near Perugia where the plotters met).

  • The popular notion that Bentham was a morose visionary is far removed from fact.

  • Perhaps his impressions were too gloomy; his whole enthusiasm had been for the Corsicans, who still maintained an unequal struggle against the French; he deeply resented his father's espousal of the French cause; and dislike of the conquerors of his native island made him morose and solitary.

  • Morose, superstitious, and given to drinking and gambling, the Cambodians are at the same time clean, fairly intelligent, proud and courageous.

  • Fully adult gorillas have never been seen alive in captivity - and perhaps never will be, as the creature is ferocious and morose to a degree.

  • His marriage in 1721 with Miss Brydges of Wallington, Surrey, led to an estrangement from his father, a person of somewhat morose temper, which terminated in 1723 after the death of the lady in giving birth to a son.

  • Carus seems to have belied the hopes entertained of him on his accession, and to have developed into a morose and suspicious tyrant.

  • It was supposed in olden times to be the seat of ill-humour and melancholy, whence such phrases as "to have the spleen," to be out of temper, sulky, morose, "splenetic."

  • He is represented as a morose and grisly old man in a black sailor's cape.

  • Johnson saw with more envy than became so great a man the villa, the plate, the china, the Brussels carpet, which the little mimic had got by repeating, with grimaces and gesticulations, what wiser men had written; and the exquisitely sensitive vanity of Garrick was galled by the thought that, while all the rest of the world was applauding him, he could obtain from one morose cynic, whose opinion it was impossible to despise, scarcely any compliment not acidulated with scorn.

  • That his virtue was not equal to every trial must be admitted, but that he was anything like the morose and narrowminded bigot he is commonly represented there is nothing whatever to show.

  • H~ became morose, tyrannical and suspicious.

  • His training, the practical bent of his understanding, his strong but morose character, the circumstances of his time, and the materials available for his art, all fitted him to rebuke his own age and all after-times in the tones of a powerful preacher, rather than charm them with the art of an accomplished poet.

  • He was without question a reactionary, morose and taciturn, and spent nearly all his time shut up in his palace.

  • There was nothing about him, as there was afterwards about Michelangelo, dark-tempered, secret or morose; he was open and genial with all men.

  • Docile and easily tamed when young, old males of many of the species become exceedingly morose and savage in captivity.

  • He was a silent morose man, not popular among his contemporaries, but "always a faithfull Man to the Company."

  • The court, whose sentimental history has been related by Madame de Ia Fayette, its official splendours by Loret, and its intrigues by the duc de Saint-Simon, now resembled an infirmary of morose invalid~, presided over by Louis XIV.s elderly wife, Madame de Maintenon, under the domination of the Jesuit le Tellier.

  • In disposition the islanders are friendly and hospitable, brave and somewhat bloodthirsty; and, although naturally indolent and morose, they have proved industrious and keen traders.

  • He is in a very bad humor, very morose.

  • A morose soldier marching on the left turned his eyes on Bagration as he shouted, with an expression that seemed to say: "We know that ourselves!"

  • Pierre, who had come downstairs, walked through the rooms and struck everyone by his preoccupied, absent-minded, and morose air.

  • When he came in to tea, silent, morose, and with tear-stained face, everybody pretended not to notice anything.

  • His face suddenly took on a morose expression.

  • Those about him had never seen the count so morose and irritable.

  • The count ordered his carriage that he might drive to Sokolniki, and sat in his study with folded hands, morose, sallow, and taciturn.

  • 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.

  • Of a morose and taciturn character he is said to have been drinking heavily the week prior to the awful tragedy.

  • "What's This" is transformed into an Emo-punk speed song while Fiona Apple, with her morose voice, performs the equally morose "Sally's Song".

  • Along the way, he's helped and hindered by Dobby, the house elf, and moaning Myrtle, a morose ghost.

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