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Winslet’s dowdy, frumpish, and middle-aged Mary blossoms before our eyes to reveal the beauty that has been right in front of us all along, while Ronan’s morose, hollow Charlotte transitions into a vibrant, confident woman by her side.
Gen X, the least excited generation about returning to the workplace, may also be saddling the experience with morose expectations.
How many in Melbourne injure wealth and brain, I leave to more skilled and morose critics.
There are few greater annoyances of life than an irritable woman, rendered doubly morose by the infirmities of years.
He went upstairs to his room in this morose state and, procuring a revolver, after a short time came down and shot at his sister.
I paced the deck for hours, and grew morose and nervous, chafing under the slowness of the stout craft.
Shiel half turned away, not sullen, not morose, but with a strange apathy settled on him.
Devotion is either a morose and melancholy passion, or it is a violent and obstinate enthusiasm.
LETTERS TO EUGENIAPAUL HENRI THIRY HOLBACH
Rochford was unusually silent; a change had evidently come over him, and he seemed almost morose and sullen.
She had seemed pale and jumpy and morose, and had scarcely spoken a word during the whole of our walk.

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