Synonyms of mope in English:

mope


See definition of mope

verb

1‘it's no use moping—things could be worse’

SYNONYMS
brood, sulk, be miserable, be gloomy, be sad, be despondent, pine, eat one's heart out, fret, grieve, despair
informal be down in the dumps, be down in the mouth
literary repine

2‘she spends too much time moping about the house’

SYNONYMS
languish, moon, droop, idle, loaf, fiddle, drift, stooge
British informal mooch
North American informal lollygag, bat

noun

1‘many people regarded her as a mope’

SYNONYMS
melancholic, depressive, pessimist, prophet of doom, killjoy, moaner
informal sourpuss, wet blanket, party pooper, spoilsport, grouch, grump
British informal misery
rare melancholiac