- He sacrifices more time than a less busy man could spare, to save the poor fellow from getting into a morbid state of mind about it.6.2 — Book 6 Chapter 2 — First Impressions (64% in)
- Perhaps there is inevitably something morbid in a human being who is in any way unfavorably excepted from ordinary conditions, until the good force has had time to triumph; and it has rarely had time for that at two-and-twenty.5.3 — Book 5 Chapter 3 — The Wavering Balance (98% in)
- I'm very fond of poor Philip, only I wish he were not so morbid about his deformity.6.2 — Book 6 Chapter 2 — First Impressions (34% in)
There are no more uses of "morbid" in The Mill on the Floss.
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