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Definition of "morbidness" [mor•bid•ness]

  • The property of being morbid. (noun)

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Use "morbidness" in a sentence
  • "The jealousy of unsuccessful, rivals, the exaggerated alarms of the nervous played upon by a sensation-loving press, a certain morbidness of self-criticism at a time of universal disappointment!"
  • "A strong protest against "morbidness" was on her lips, but she did not speak it."
  • "With Billy on strike and away doing picket duty, and with the departure of Mercedes and the death of Bert, Saxon was left much to herself in a loneliness that even in one as healthy-minded as she could not fail to produce morbidness."