Definition of mopish in English:



See mope

‘After it had been a while and I looked fairly mopish my mother dragged me to West Hartford for a trim.’
  • ‘In the film Stanton is less grand and less sexy, and Travolta plays it subdued, a tad mopish.’
  • ‘He himself was mopish and brooding.’
  • ‘Do not suppose that I would have you dull and mopish, never manifesting any gayety of spirit or playfulness of conduct; but, in all these things, I would have you behave with strict regard to propriety.’



/ˈmōpiSH/ /ˈmoʊpɪʃ/