Translation of morose in Spanish:


taciturno, adj.

Pronunciation /məˈroʊs//məˈrəʊs/


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    • Then, feeling a bit morose and at a loose end, I headed for the bar.
    • And one day I might get as morose as him, and might need someone to irritate.
    • An irritated glare adorned his otherwise striking face, dark and morose and very, very angry.
    • Last night I spent relaxing on the couch and trying to shake off my morose mood, and I think it worked.
    • His morose delivery makes you uncertain whether you are supposed to laugh or cry.
    • All are female - apart from me, and a morose younger man with cropped hair.
    • He sensed she was feeling very morose today, and he was sure that the fact that her mother was coming back wasn't all that there was to it.
    • Have years of negative hype made him weary and morose?
    • But each time, the spells of euphoria passed as quickly as they came and he would be morose.
    • But to be honest, they all look the same to me, conceited and morose.
    • He stood on his own, looking morose as usual.
    • He became morose and silent.
    • Just what's needed when everybody is feeling morose and downhearted about the economic situation.
    • In the latter days he appeared morose and worried.
    • And yet, you feel, he is unhappy with the popular image of him as a morose and stern man.
    • Except there is a very sour, very morose and desperate essence in his interpretation.
    • His lyrics have grown less morose and more philosophical, and he sings them with newfound expressiveness.
    • I got fed up with people in America thinking that my music is morose and depressing and all that.
    • A morose mood of deep melancholy has descended upon me this afternoon.
    • He had a beautiful singing voice and a sharp sense of humour, but was also a morose weekend drunk.