morosely morosely


  • (adv) in a morose manner


  1. Mostafa Tajzadeh, a former deputy minister, walked past the door morosely.
  2. For years, downtown storekeepers in the nation's cities have been standing morosely watching all the ladies go byto the suburban shopping centers.
  3. Instantly, the image of Jimmy Carter in a cardigan on national television morosely telling Americans to turn down their thermostats appears before the lawmakers eyes.


  • Cardinals Fan Moves in to Kiss Pittsburgh Sportscaster On-Air After Pirates’ NLDS Loss (Video)

    Come on, Cardinals fans. Act like you’ve been there before. The St. Louis Cardinals, no stranger to postseason success, put another series win on their list of accomplishments Wednesday night when they beat the Pirates 6-1 to end Pittsburgh’s feel-good season. The loss was chronicled by WTAE’s Guy Junker, who reported morosely from the Midwest […]
    on October 10, 2013     Source: New England Sports Network


  • "He suggested why didn't I write something about my family, as I often would tell stories about them morosely at dinner," Durang said.
    on Aug 5, 2008 By: Christopher Durang Source: The Leader Newspapers

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