very serious, unhappy, and quiet; very sad or unhappy
- In the latter days he appeared morose and worried.
- Then, feeling a bit morose and at a loose end, I headed for the bar.
- Just what’s needed when everybody is feeling morose and downhearted about the economic situation.
- He sensed she was feeling very morose today, and he was sure that the fact that her mother was coming back wasn’t all that there was to it.
- His lyrics have grown less morose and more philosophical, and he sings them with newfound expressiveness.
- An irritated glare adorned his otherwise striking face, dark and morose and very, very angry.
- But to be honest, they all look the same to me, conceited and morose.
- Have years of negative hype made him weary and morose?
- He stood on his own, looking morose as usual.
- угрюмый, мрачный, замкнутый