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From French morose, from Latin morosus (particular, scrupulous, fastidious, self-willed, wayward, capricious, fretful, peevish), from mos (way, custom, habit, self-will). See moral.

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morose (comparative more morose or moroser, superlative most morose or morosest)

  1. Sullen, gloomy; showing a brooding ill humour.

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin mōrōsus (peevish, wayward).

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morose (plural moroses)

  1. sullen, gloomy, morose

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morose

  1. feminine plural of moroso

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mōrōse

  1. vocative masculine singular of mōrōsus

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