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mo·rose
[muh-rohs]
ADJECTIVE
1.
gloomily or sullenly ill-humored, as a person or mood.
2.
characterized by or expressing gloom.
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Morose definition, gloomily or sullenly ill-humored, as a person or mood. See more.

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morose definition, meaning, what is morose: unhappy, annoyed, and unwilling to speak or smile: . Learn more.

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... T. Lewis (1891) An Elementary Latin Dictionary , New York: Harper & Brothers; “morose” in Félix Gaffiot's Dictionnaire Illustré Latin-Français, Hachette (1934).

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A disease that is plaguing this great nation. It is when guys think their team is better than it could ever be. They suffer from a case of the Moroses. Half moron, half ...