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  • n  a gloomy ill-tempered feeling
  • n  a sullen moody resentful disposition

  • For parents disturbed by a child's fidgets or moroseness, he is ready with the assurance that the youngster may only be passing through a standard phase of development.
  • Given the macro-economic moroseness, what's with the market giggles? "The frequently illogical reaction of markets to daily evolution of the dark economic picture is pretty .
  • In a ramshackle native location in South Africa's province of Natal, a twelve-year-old girl lay ill for months subject to fits and spells of moroseness.

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