Definition of morosely in English:

morosely

adverb

  • See morose

    • ‘I said morosely and mumbling to myself more than her… ‘I'm going to be 40 this year’.’
    • ‘Late in life, Wren morosely described his ultimate profession of architecture as ‘rubbish’.’
    • ‘Buried under a layer of quilts he alternated between moodily staring at the paper, morosely changing channels, or just being a great big ill-tempered miserable lump.’
    • ‘Was a political career, he muttered morosely, really the way to spend one's life?’
    • ‘‘No, we can't,’ Zoë sighed, gazing morosely into the water.’

Pronunciation

morosely

/məˈrəʊsli/