Etymology
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morosely (adv.)

"sourly, with sullen austerity," 1650s, from morose + -ly (2).

updated on February 23, 2019

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Definitions of morosely from WordNet

morosely (adv.)
in a morose manner;
he fell morosely on the bed
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