つんつん, むっつり, 悲しい, 哀しい, 愁い, 悲観的, 不見目
Adjective(1) showing a brooding ill humor
(1) But each time, the spells of euphoria passed as quickly as they came and he would be morose .(2) His lyrics have grown less morose and more philosophical, and he sings them with newfound expressiveness.(3) Have years of negative hype made him weary and morose ?(4) But to be honest, they all look the same to me, conceited and morose .(5) And one day I might get as morose as him, and might need someone to irritate.(6) His morose delivery makes you uncertain whether you are supposed to laugh or cry.(7) Except there is a very sour, very morose and desperate essence in his interpretation.(8) An irritated glare adorned his otherwise striking face, dark and morose and very, very angry.(9) He became morose and silent.(10) I got fed up with people in America thinking that my music is morose and depressing and all that.(11) 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.(12) He stood on his own, looking morose as usual.(13) And yet, you feel, he is unhappy with the popular image of him as a morose and stern man.(14) Then, feeling a bit morose and at a loose end, I headed for the bar.(15) In the latter days he appeared morose and worried.(16) Just what's needed when everybody is feeling morose and downhearted about the economic situation.
(1) moron :: ばか
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