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Related to morosely: wistfulness, resignedly
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broodingly and sullenly unhappy

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showing a brooding ill humor

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Morosely crooning "What can we do this foolish plan going through/ this man is bound to lose his ship and his crew." And in a "Band On A Run" like shift he gets more direct, singing "How can we stop him/ grab the keys and lock him up/ if we can do it/ we can save the day."
The place was empty apart from an old couple in the corner staring morosely into space, and a man perched on a bar stool.
As things stand today, the party's enduring images of the last few months are: a) empty chairs in the Lahore Charing Cross jalsa; b) a defeated Jahangir Tareen sitting morosely with his son as the shock results of Lodhran poured in; and c) Imran Khan sitting with his veiled wife as controversy swirled around the date of his wedding.
The baritone soloist has the most work to do and Leigh Melrose delivered a bravura performance both vocally - powerfully riding over the top of chorus and orchestra in declamatory passages - and by body-language, bringing to life a morosely drunken monk.
On a chair, staring morosely across stage, is a defeated looking woman (the maid, Berta) and visible to us is the rear view of Hedda, sprawled in front of a piano from which she elicits an occasional mournful, plinky plonk tune.
The Eastern District chief said morosely that he had a low percentage of crime solution.
No one however, wants to spend their Diwali morosely scrubbing their floor, least of all your friendly neighborhood bai.
And the only thing I can be sure of for them is that they have a long and difficult road ahead," she described morosely. "Perhaps they will not see Syria for years-- perhaps never.
Laughter does have the power to override other emotions momentarily 6 we cannot sob morosely or simmer with anger while simultaneously laughing.
House and Senate approved, but then, as Abraham Lincoln morosely remarked, the war came.
We had grown used to seeing him morosely gazing from a dug out over the shoulders of the other Swansea subs, unused and unloved, or shuffling along the touchline in a redundant warm-up.
Ranging from a savage deconstruction of slow-paced Midwestern life, to a morosely introspective reflection on not sweating small stuff (as delivered by a roadkill deer), Ohio is for Sale laces its grim insights with unforgettable, ironic humor.
Cut And Paste starts with the excellent Sometimes, three-and-a-half minutes of perfect guitar pop, with that Morrissey style vocal morosely reeling you in.
Protracted scenes of Jolie Pitt lounging morosely on her balcony pass without incident, casting us as the increasingly impatient voyeurs of a woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
Finishing off the show with their morosely upbeat sounding "A Heartbreak," the musicians bowed and left the stage, while the crowd chanted for an encore.