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How do you use the word morose in a sentence?


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2009-12-23 15:09:50
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Heathcliff is the morose and vengful protagonist in Emily Bronte's novel Wuthering Heights.

It is not fair to call him a morose person just because he was depressed when you met him.

(Adj.) having gloomy or sullen manner; not friendly or sociable.

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She was morose so no one liked her. This is a sample sentence using the word morose.

His boss was a morose person.

Morose means very sad and unhappy. An example of a sentence using the word could be, Anna was morose because her sister, Ella, would not play with her.

Sam sat alone, looking morose

The coach appeared increasingly morose as the opposing team scored again and again.

As I walked down the stairs towards the morose basement, I couldn't help but wish to run the other way.

The opposite of morose is happy.

A morose person has a sullen and gloomy disposition.Joan's morose nature makes her always expect the worst.

It is an adjective, therefore describing something. Example: She looks morose today.

There did not seem to be many happy people around as most of them looked morose in the town.

The word sought is likely the adjective "morose" (sullen, sulky, gloomy, or cranky).

He traipsed quietly around the house in his morose state of sullenness.

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