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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"I've never seen such morosity and gloom from a government," he said.
seen morosity "Sadly, Boris has pulled out - which I from a don't believe is fair on you, the public."
The former foreign sectary also criticised Mrs May's premiership, saying he had "never seen such morosity and gloom from a government".
The tremendous hype for the big game and the enthusiasm shown by Karachiites in the build up to the final underlines the resilience and sporting spirit of the natives who seem determined to thwart the depression, the morosity that has set in the city over the past decade or so and which has seldom provided its inhabitants the opportunity to enjoy, celebrate and breathe freely.