Sad, happy and funny

morose
(adj)
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Meaning

ill-humored; sullen; melancholy; gloomy; sad

1st Sample Sentence

Since his wife left him he has usually been very morose.

Root

mos moris (habit, custom) (Latin)

Synonyms

despondent, dour, lugubrious, maudlin, morose, saturnine

Antonyms

blithe, buoyant, ebullient, jocular

Mnemonics

MOROSE. ITS LIKE DIS. nOROSE. SO NO ROSE FOR UR GIRLFRIEND SHE LL BE SAD. MOROSE (More + RoRa (crying in hindi)) Deep and long lasting Sadness