What does morose mean?

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What does morose mean?

What does morose mean?

Definition of morose 1 : having a sullen and gloomy disposition. 2 : marked by or expressive of gloom.

What is the synonym of morose?

Some common synonyms of morose are crabbed, gloomy, glum, saturnine, sulky, sullen, and surly.

What do we call someone who is not happy?

1 sorrowful, downcast, cheerless, distressed. 2 hapless. 3 unpropitious.

What type of word is morose?

gloomily or sullenly ill-humored, as a person or mood.

How do you use morose in a sentence?

Morose sentence example

  1. His face suddenly took on a morose expression. ...
  2. When he came in to tea, silent, morose , and with tear-stained face, everybody pretended not to notice anything. ...
  3. Those about him had never seen the count so morose and irritable.

Why does morose live in a narrow sheet?

Morose is a wealthy old man with an obsessive hatred of noise, going as far as to live on a street too narrow for carts to pass and make noise. He has made plans to disinherit his nephew Dauphine by marrying. This is due to the schemes and tricks Dauphine has played on him in the past.

What is the synonym of nimble?

agile, lithe, sprightly, acrobatic, light-footed, nimble-footed, light, light on one's feet, fleet-footed, spry, lively, active, quick, quick-moving, graceful, supple, limber, lissom, flexible, skilful, deft, dexterous, adroit. informal nippy, zippy, twinkle-toed. literary fleet, lightsome.

What is a sad person called?

A morose person is sullen, gloomy, sad, glum, and depressed — not a happy camper. When someone is morose, they seem to have a cloud of sadness hanging over them.

What do you call someone who is always miserable?

Noun. A habitually grumpy person. grouch. complainer.

Which of these words is closest in meaning to imitation?

imitate

  • ape,
  • copy,
  • copycat,
  • emulate,
  • mime,
  • mimic.

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