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morbid
used in The Great Gatsby

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Definition
suggesting death and decay; or an unhealthy interest in disturbing thoughts such as of death and decay
  • You're morbid, George," said his friend.
    p. 158.7
morbid = too interested in unpleasant thoughts
  •   "What'll we do with ourselves this afternoon?" cried Daisy, "and the day after that, and the next thirty years?"
      "Don't be morbid," Jordan said.
    p. 118.9
morbid = too interested in unpleasant thoughts
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