morbidness


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Synonyms for morbidness

an abnormally gloomy or unhealthy state of mind

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He died in 1631 after having furnished a striking instance of the fantastic morbidness of the period
With Billy on strike and away doing picket duty, and with the departure of Mercedes and the death of Bert, Saxon was left much to herself in a loneliness that even in one as healthy-minded as she could not fail to produce morbidness.
She was never into the morbidness She wanted those present to wear what makes them happy.
Why was she morbid, and why was her morbidness typical?
then will woman be raised from the iniquity and morbidness in which she now wallows for existence .