more morose

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  • Only he is even more morose than he used to be. Cited from Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann, V1, Hauptmann
  • It seemed even to have made him more morose. Cited from Mohun, or, The Last Days of Lee, John Esten Cooke
  • My weak attempts to become companionable had failed and had left me more morose. Cited from Who Goes There?, by Blackwood Ketcham Benson
  • Jacob's attitude grows more morose about her and the child every day. Cited from The Heart's Kingdom, by Maria Thompson Daviess
  • He grew more and more morose as the things of time receded. Cited from The Memories of Fifty Years, by William H. Sparks
  • Pity for such people makes them more morose, spoils them the more. Cited from The Man Who Was Afraid, by Maxim Gorky
  • The emperor's face became even more morose. Cited from Andreas Hofer, by Lousia Muhlbach
  • If he grew leaner and more morose, no one knew that it was due to the passing of a woman. Cited from The Man From Brodney's, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • He had become more morose and bitter than ever. Cited from The Empire Annual for Girls, 1911, by Various
  • He was never more gay than in the camp, and never more morose than in the inactivity of peace. Cited from Memoirs of Napoleon, V4, by Bourrienne
  • He had felt it, nevertheless, and it had made him more morose, more irritable, more mad than ever. Cited from Rataplan, by Ellen Velvin
  • She saw him glance out at the soldier loweringly and after that he grew more morose, almost sullenly so. Cited from The Visioning, by Susan Glaspell
  • Every day he grew more morose and discontented and irritable; every day his character kept changing for the worse. Cited from Poor Folk, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • General Blucher was more morose and dejected than he had been for a long time. Cited from Napoleon And Blucher, by Louise Muhlbach
  • Thereafter he revived quickly but grew only the more morose and sulky. Cited from The Definite Object, by Jeffery Farnol
  • He became more morose and irritable, and when camp was pitched at once made his nest, where his driver fed him. Cited from The Call of the Wild, by Jack London
  • But Elsley became not only a more idle, but a more morose man. Cited from Two Years Ago, Volume I, by Charles Kinglsey
  • Madame Cerise had been growing more and more morose and dissatisfied day by day. Cited from Aunt Jane's Nieces in Society, by Edith Van Dyne
  • Austin became more morose and misanthropic every day, and at last would permit no one to come near him but his valet and his wife. Cited from The Poacher, by Frederick Marryat
  • Then the man began slowly to recover, and the doctor, whose attentions had always been of the most slender character, grew more morose every day. Cited from Blind Love, by Wilkie Collins
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