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  • adj. Given to moping; in a depressed condition, low in spirits; lackadaisical.

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  • Though there is some element of what Pauline Kael described as mopey, post-war German seriousness, perhaps now the film seems somewhat removed from that overwhelming post-war grief.

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  • I'm glad you're feeling better-- but please don't worry about being "mopey" or whatever on your blog.

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  • Or else I've just been feeling a bit depressed or kind of mopey, and nothing makes it harder to get creative on the dance floor like feeling anxious and unhappy.

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  • It started when Lewis described Ochocinco as "mopey" during a conference call with the San

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  • Chad out for being "mopey" when things don't go well.

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  • (She is kind of mopey - we call her 'emo') What does this mean?

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  • I feel kind of mopey at the moment and I don’t really have any reason to be other than this:

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  • It was very sad business, and it actually made me cry a little, and I was kind of mopey and didn't feel like doing much for the rest of the afternoon ....... he says he should be making a late appearance, though: -)

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  • "I told him at the beginning of year that if he comes out [of the game] kind of mopey, I don't care how well he's been playing, I'm not going to put him back in because he's going to have to learn.

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  • I take entire days off from being mopey and miserable, just to jump into fun with both feet and my whole heart.

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