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morose

adjective uk   /məˈrəʊs/  us   /-ˈroʊs/
unhappy, annoyed, and unwilling to speak or smile: a morose expression Why are you so morose these days?
Synonym
morosely
adverb uk   us   /-li/
moroseness
noun [U] uk   us   /-nəs/
Translations of “morose”
in Vietnamese khinh khỉnh…
in Spanish huraño…
in Thai ซึ่งมีอารมณ์ขุ่นมัว…
in Malaysian murung…
in French morose…
in German mürrisch…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陰鬱的, 脾氣不好的, 孤僻的…
in Indonesian muram…
in Russian мрачный, замкнутый…
in Turkish huysuz, suratsız, ters…
in Chinese (Simplified) 阴郁的, 脾气不好的, 孤僻的…
in Polish posępny, markotny…
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