morbid

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morbid

1. having an unusual interest in death or unpleasant events
2. relating to or characterized by disease; pathologic
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Roderick Elliston, whether the serpent was a physical reptile, or whether the morbidness of your nature suggested that symbol to your fancy, the moral of the story is not the less true and strong.
In addition to his genius, his loneliness, and his morbidness, it must be taken into consideration that he knew nothing about women.
She had decided that it would be best to mention Dick Moore occasionally as an accepted fact, and not give undue morbidness to the subject by avoiding it.