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morbid
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

2 uses
  • It was a hot, muggy, summer day; the low-tide smell of the mud flats was more brinish and morbid than usual.
    p. 12.5
  • I thought they would think that dressing up in Grandfather's clothes was either baby play, or morbid, or both; or that they would surely destroy the clothes, discovering that merely dressing up in them was insufficiently violent—therefore leading them to a game, the object of which was to rip the clothes off each other; whoever was naked last won.
    p. 74.8

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