morose-looking love

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  • On a pancake-flat prairie we pulled over to gawk at a herd of musk oxen, morose-looking animals that corralled into a circle of hide and horn as soon as we opened the car doors.

    The Great Alaskan Cast and Blast

  • He pressed the button of an electric bell, and his servant, an elderly, morose-looking man, with whiskers and shaved chin and lip, wearing a grey cotton apron, entered at the door.

    Resurrection

  • “It all depends on her; I only wish that this suffering soul should find rest,” said Simonson, with such childlike tenderness as no one could have expected from so morose-looking a man.

    Resurrection

  • They were busily examining an array of bland watercolors that featured morose-looking seagulls perched on top of chunks of gnarled driftwood.

    Sharp Edges

  • The last two rows were deserted, with the single exception of a bulky, morose-looking man who did not seem to know what to do with himself.

    Murder Without Icing

  • And over the stone mantel of the fireplace hung a picture of a morose-looking, bearded man wearing a steel breastplate, the canvas dim and dark with age and smoke.

    Rebel Spurs

  • That was when I presented my paper to the next guard, a morose-looking individual.

    In the Claws of the German Eagle

  • The words, as they flowed musically from the throat of the fair singer at the piano, were inflected with a subtle irony, which caused the frown to deepen upon the brow of the tall, scholarly, though somewhat morose-looking man who had entered the parlor soon after the singer had begun, and who, without glancing in her direction, had seated himself on one of the many luxurious chairs which strewed the room.

    A Lover in Homespun And Other Stories

  • "Curse her again, comrade," said a thin, morose-looking man in his ear.

    Princess Maritza

  • All the while the miners had been singing, the sad and morose-looking individual had been steadily growing more and more disconsolate; and when Sonora rumbled out the last deep note in his big, bass voice, he heaved a great sob and broke down completely.

    The Girl of the Golden West

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