morose


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Synonyms for morose

Synonyms for morose

broodingly and sullenly unhappy

Synonyms for morose

showing a brooding ill humor

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Knowing that man is played by Robin Williams (in morose rather than manic mode) tells you everything you need to know about the film, which is well written, acted and directed, and yet somehow never manages to surprise.
THE sight of morose teenage cyborgs glued to their iPads twittering into the ether in a Bold Street cafe recently was for me a real eye-opener.
Il souligne qu'il faudrait changer le cabinet Ganzouri dans les plus brefs delais, pour former un autre qui adopterait des mesures rapides visant a retirer le pays de l'etat morose dans lequel il stagne.
Hardly the happiest of names and the band reveals that this somewhat morose affair is "a tale of guilt and insanity stemming from a twisted relationship in which a girl falls sick.
PARIS, Jan 26 (KUNA) -- Despite the morose atmosphere and the imminent prospect of recession, French consumer confidence firmed slightly in January but remained below average levels over the long-term period, the National Statistics Institute said Thursday.
The Geneva-based organisation warns that the risk of social unrest is rising amid "the morose unemployment situation".
And when a band can take long, instrumental stretches and turn them into a captivating flight, as opposed to a morose dirge, then it's clear the band has soul in abundance.
It's a massive fear of mine that I become this morose, mauldin, moaning old bitch - tempting as it might be.
Strange Powers profiles Stephin Merrit, the group's morose mastermind, illuminating his creative process (sitting in dark gay bars with cigarettes and a snifter of brandy) and influences (Doris Day, the Great American Songbook, cowboy songs).
For anyone who an interest in the evil and morose, "Depravity" is a solid and very worthwhile look at these men who should be taken as notes of what mankind is capable of.
Morose, from Italy, can never be accused of playing it safe, even when others are toning down their introductions.
1) However, Epicene is a famous play on the subject of noise--the protagonist of the play, Morose, is afflicted by it--and Jonson's treatment of noise is dramaturgically complex, if not contradictory.
It's also one of the first records to properly marry the twitchy guitars and morose sensibilities of English post-punk with synthy, gothy dance music, thus making it a perfect melancholy teen bedroom staple for the next decade.
The 21-year-old acknowledges he can appear morose and that the occasional flashes of immaturity are unacceptable, but believes he is making progress in his efforts to change.
The songs of Morrisey, morose frontman of The Smiths, are not what you'd call cheerful ditties.