My mood descended into one of morosity
when I tackled - after another long wait - my main course.
There was this deep morosity
, [with people feeling], 'It's not the way papers were.
The result is an attitude of accommodation, rigidity, morosity
, and low esteem (7) within the public service (144-46).
In 1998, in the midst of acute public morosity
in Italy caused by a wave of public scandals, John Paul II made a strong intervention, imbued with Christian realism, denouncing demagogical attacks upon political leaders and institutions:
It's there in the magazines "Mainmise" and "Le Temps fou," which were kicking up their heels in the time of morosity
. The Quebecois tend to refer to the '70s, not the late '60s, as the time of youth revolt.
He then begins a very critical period of unease, ill-being, insecurity, morosity
, intense stress, a deep feeling of loneliness together with the feeling of being abandoned, of being left to his own devices, of having lost some or all of his facilities, of "flipping".