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morose
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Crime and Punishment
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  • It is true that he is forty-five years old, but he is of a fairly prepossessing appearance and might still be thought attractive by women, and he is altogether a very respectable and presentable man, only he seems a little morose and somewhat conceited.
  • You are both melancholy, both morose and hot-tempered, both haughty and both generous….
  • I have known Rodion for a year and a half; he is morose, gloomy, proud and haughty, and of late—and perhaps for a long time before—he has been suspicious and fanciful.
  • "Oh, if the Divine Providence is to be mixed up in it, there is no doing anything," Raskolnikov grumbled morosely.
  • His illness then, all his strange actions…. before this, in the university, how morose he used to be, how gloomy….

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  • She drank alone in the corner, looking morose.
  • She gets morose when she thinks about her failed marriage.

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