morosely


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mo·rose

 (mə-rōs′, mô-)
adj.
Sullenly melancholy; gloomy.

[Latin mōrōsus, peevish, from mōs, mōr-, self-will, caprice, manner; see mē- in Indo-European roots.]

mo·rose′ly adv.
mo·rose′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.morosely - in a morose manner; "he fell morosely on the bed"
Translations
بِكآبَه
nerudně
gnavent
drungalega, önuglega
nevrlo
suratsızca

morosely

[məˈrəʊslɪ] ADVmalhumoradamente, morbosamente

morosely

[məˈrəʊslɪ] advcupamente

morose

(məˈrəus) adjective
angry and silent.
moˈrosely adverb
moˈroseness noun
References in classic literature ?
And holding my nose, I went morosely through all yesterdays and to-days: verily, badly smell all yesterdays and to-days of the scribbling rabble!
He watched her morosely and without intention of speaking, till he saw her take a rifle from the stand, examine the magazine, and start for the door.
"Would you like to go into my study?" Levin said in French to Stepan Arkadyevitch, scowling morosely. "Go into my study; you can talk there."
He knew that in her heart his aunt was on her knees to him, and he was morosely gratified by the consciousness of it.
The talk continued on the same subject for a long time--the harmfulness of a household dividing up--and it was clearly not an abstract discussion but concerned the question of a separation in that house; a separation demanded by the second son who sat there morosely silent.
Even at sixteen I wondered at them morosely; even then I was struck by the pettiness of their thoughts, the stupidity of their pursuits, their games, their conversations.
“I know it,” interrupted Richard; “but did he drive them from his cabin morosely? Within a fortnight of his return, this Mr.
"Take this terrier here." Collins nodded at Michael, who stood several feet back of him, morosely regarding the various activities of the arena.
So he followed morosely at Beauty Smith's heels, his tail between his legs, yet snarling softly under his breath.
Then the wretched boy looked cautiously up and found her gone, crept out of bed, fastened his door, and threw himself upon his pillow again: tearing his hair, morosely crying, grudgingly loving her, hatefully but impenitently spurning himself, and no less hatefully and unprofitably spurning all the good in the world.
What a hole!' she said, eyeing the unconscious village morosely.
He had eaten silently, almost morosely, his silence emulated by the noiseless Asiatic who had served him.