Definition of morbid:
sullen, mortality, hypochondriac, tenebrific, death, cloudy, chill, miserable, gruesome, drear, insane, pathologic, chronic, morbidity, cheerless, dying, lonesome, congenital, lonely, unnatural, deranged, depressing, wretched, unwholesome, dreich, aberrant, godforsaken, irascible, catching, gray, desolate, lugubrious, darkening, abnormal, depressive, clinical, melancholic, saturnine, fatality, demise, unusual, offensive, dreary, ill-natured, plutonian, sunless, elegiac, funereal, diseased, psychotic, bleak, somber, depressed, eccentric, morose, bereavement, benign, forlorn, paranoid, ghoulish, demented, gloomy, communicable, comfortless, dire, advanced, sorrowful, sepulchral, death rate, normal, dismal, sane, acute, pathological, usual, unhealthy, autoimmune, dark, disconsolate, glum, solemn, sick, murky, death toll, cold, sad, asymptomatic, Cimmerian, good, macabre, black, death throes, unsound, despondent, tenebrous.
Oh, Maltravers, I, woman as I am, and living in a narrow circle, I, even I, know at last that to have desires nobler, and ends more august, than others, is but to surrender waking life to morbid and melancholy dreams.- "Ernest Maltravers, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- "The Keeper of the Door", Ethel M. Dell.
- "The Way of an Eagle", Ethel M. Dell.