morosity


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morosity

the quality or state of being excessively sullen or gloomy. — morose, adj.
See also: Attitudes
the quality or state of being excessively sullen or gloomy. — morose, adj.
See also: Moods
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In stating the causes of the Rebellion [Hyde] had exaggerated the importance of personal influences, and attributed too much to the particular characteristics of individual men-to the pride of this man, the morosity of that, the ambition of a third, all like so many atoms contributing jointly to produce the great mass of confusion.
Some poets can't contain their morosity, some, their cynicism, and others make mirth at the damndest times.
To kill the morosity, Georges Chakra's heroines are playing all their cards," read the explanation of his collection.