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morne

  

      adj  
   [personne, visage]   glum, gloomy
   [temps]   dismal  
[vie]  
dreary
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

moraine, mort-né, morse, morue

morne adj.
sad

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'morne' found in translations in English-French dictionary
adj.
morne
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morne
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morne
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morne
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aspect morne
n.
aspect morne
adj.
morne ; austère ; sévère
adj.
terne ; glauque ; morne ; triste ; lugubre
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"morne": examples and translations in context
Leur monde est morne, solitaire et desesperé... Their world is bleak, lonely and hopeless.
Je suis allongé là à contempler le futur morne. I've been lying here contemplating a bleak future.
Weissbach est malheureusement une ville plutôt morne. Weissbach is, unfortunately, a rather dreary town.
Mademoiselle C. arrive dans une ville terne et morne. Mademoiselle C. shows up in a drab and dreary town.
Emelia trouve Hopetoun ennuyeux et morne. Emelia thinks that Hopetoun is boring and dull.
Je compatis à ta vie morne. [Louder] I pity your dull life.
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