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glum definition

  • adjective:
    • Moody and melancholy; dejected.
    • Moody and melancholy; dejected.
    • Gloomy; dismal.
    • Gloomy; dismal.
    • Moody and melancholy; dejected.
    • Gloomy; dismal.
    • Sad, despondent.
    • Sad, despondent.
    • Moody; quiet; sullen.
    • Moody; silent; sullen.
    • Sad, despondent.
    • Moody; hushed; sullen.
    • showing a brooding ill humor
    • showing a brooding ill humor
    • moody and melancholic
    • showing a brooding ill-humor
    • moody and melancholic
    • moody and melancholic
    • Moody and melancholy; dejected.
    • Gloomy; dismal.
    • Sad, despondent.
    • Moody; quiet; sullen.
    • showing a brooding ill humor
    • moody and melancholic
    • Moody and melancholy; dejected.
    • Gloomy; dismal.
    • Sad, despondent.
    • Moody; quiet; sullen.
    • showing a brooding ill humor
    • moody and melancholic
    • Moody and melancholy; dejected.
    • Gloomy; dismal.
    • Moody and melancholy; dejected.
    • Gloomy; dismal.
    • Sad, despondent.
    • Moody; silent; sullen.
    • Sad, despondent.
    • Moody and melancholy; dejected.
    • Moody and melancholy; dejected.
    • showing a brooding ill-humor
    • Moody and melancholy; dejected.
    • Gloomy; dismal.
    • Moody and melancholy; dejected.
    • Gloomy; dismal.
    • Gloomy; dismal.
    • moody and melancholic
    • Gloomy; dismal.
    • Sad, despondent.
    • Sad, despondent.
    • Sad, despondent.
    • Sad, despondent.
    • Moody; silent; sullen.
    • Moody; hushed; sullen.
    • Moody; quiet; sullen.
    • Moody; silent; sullen.
    • showing a brooding ill-humor
    • showing a brooding ill-humor
    • moody and melancholic
    • showing a brooding ill-humor
    • moody and melancholic
    • moody and melancholic
    • Moody; hushed; sullen.
    • showing a brooding ill-humor
    • moody and melancholic
    • showing a brooding ill humor
    • moody and melancholic
  • noun:
    • The High Quality or state of being moody, melancholy, and gloomy or an example from it: "He Had Been a charming blend of glum and glee” ( Lillian Hellman).
    • The quality or condition to be moody, melancholy, and depressing or an instance from it: "He was a charming blend of glum and glee” ( Lillian Hellman).
    • Chiefly British The blues. Often used in combination with the: "Other magazines have got the glums” ( Tina Brown).
    • Chiefly British The blues. Often used with the: "Most other publications have got the glums” ( Tina Brown).
    • The Product Quality or state of being moody, melancholy, and gloomy or an instance of it: "He Had Been a charming mixture of glum and glee” ( Lillian Hellman).
    • Sullenness.
    • Sullenness.
    • Chiefly British The blues. Often used with the: "Most other publications have got the glums” ( Tina Brown).
    • Sullenness.
    • A sullen appearance; a frown.
    • A sullen look; a frown.
    • A sullen look; a frown.
    • The Product Quality or condition of being moody, melancholy, and depressing or a case from it: "He Had Been a charming combination of glum and glee” ( Lillian Hellman).
    • Chiefly British The blues. Often used with the: "Most other publications have got the glums” ( Tina Brown).
    • Sullenness.
    • A sullen look; a frown.
    • The quality or state to be moody, melancholy, and depressing or an instance from it: "He Had Been a charming mixture of glum and glee” ( Lillian Hellman).
    • Chiefly British The blues. Often combined with the: "Most other publications have got the glums” ( Tina Brown).
    • Sullenness.
    • A sullen appearance; a frown.
    • The quality or condition of being moody, melancholy, and depressing or an instance from it: "He was a charming combination of glum and glee” ( Lillian Hellman).
    • Chiefly British The blues. Frequently used in combination with the: "Most other journals 've got the glums” ( Tina Brown).
    • the high quality or state of being moody, melancholy, and gloomy or an example from it: "He was a charming combination of glum and glee” ( Lillian Hellman).
    • Chiefly British The blues. Usually combined with the: "Almost Every Other publications have the glums” ( Tina Brown).
    • Sullenness.
    • A sullen look; a frown.
    • Sullenness.
    • the product quality or condition of being moody, melancholy, and depressing or an example from it: "He was a charming blend of glum and glee” ( Lillian Hellman).
    • The quality or condition to be moody, melancholy, and gloomy or an example from it: "He was a charming blend of glum and glee” ( Lillian Hellman).
    • The High Quality or state to be moody, melancholy, and depressing or a case from it: "He was a charming combination of glum and glee” ( Lillian Hellman).
    • The Standard or condition of being moody, melancholy, and gloomy or an instance from it: "He was a charming blend of glum and glee” ( Lillian Hellman).
    • Chiefly British The blues. Usually combined with the: "Most other journals 've got the glums” ( Tina Brown).
    • Chiefly British The blues. Frequently combined with the: "Almost Every Other publications have the glums” ( Tina Brown).
    • Chiefly British The blues. Often combined with the: "Other publications 've got the glums” ( Tina Brown).
    • Chiefly British The blues. Frequently used in combination with the: "Almost Every Other magazines have the glums” ( Tina Brown).
    • Sullenness.
    • Sullenness.
    • Sullenness.
    • Sullenness.
    • A sullen appearance; a frown.
    • A sullen look; a frown.
    • A sullen look; a frown.
    • A sullen look; a frown.
    • A sullen appearance; a frown.
  • verb:
    • to appear sullen; to-be of a sour countenance; to-be glum.
    • To look sullen; become of a sour countenance; becoming glum.
    • to appear sullen; is of a sour countenance; is glum.
    • to appear sullen; to-be of a sour countenance; become glum.
    • To look sullen; become of a sour countenance; to be glum.
    • to check sullen; to-be of a sour countenance; is glum.
    • to check sullen; become of a sour countenance; to be glum.
    • to appear sullen; become of a sour countenance; to-be glum.
    • to appear sullen; to-be of a sour countenance; is glum.
    • To look sullen; becoming of a sour countenance; is glum.
    • to check sullen; to-be of a sour countenance; becoming glum.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to check sullen; become of a sour countenance; to be glum.
    • To look sullen; becoming of a sour countenance; to be glum.
    • To look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; become glum.
    • to check sullen; becoming of a sour countenance; becoming glum.
    • to check sullen; becoming of a sour countenance; become glum.
    • to appear sullen; becoming of a sour countenance; to-be glum.
    • to check sullen; is of a sour countenance; to-be glum.
    • To look sullen; becoming of a sour countenance; to be glum.
    • to check sullen; become of a sour countenance; to-be glum.
    • To look sullen; become of a sour countenance; become glum.
    • to check sullen; become of a sour countenance; become glum.
  • others:
    • To frown; look sullen or glum: identical to gloom.
    • To frown; look sullen or glum: identical to gloom.
    • Gloomily sullen or quiet; moody; frowning.
    • Gloomily sullen or silent; moody; frowning.
    • To frown; look sullen or glum: identical to gloom.
    • Gloomily sullen or hushed; moody; frowning.
    • To frown; look sullen or glum: same as gloom.
    • Gloomily sullen or quiet; moody; frowning.
    • To frown; look sullen or glum: same as gloom.
    • Gloomily sullen or quiet; moody; frowning.
    • To frown; look sullen or glum: same as gloom.
    • Gloomily sullen or silent; moody; frowning.
    • To frown; look sullen or glum: just like gloom.
    • To frown; look sullen or glum: same as gloom.
    • Gloomily sullen or hushed; moody; frowning.
    • To frown; look sullen or glum: identical to gloom.
    • To frown; look sullen or glum: same as gloom.
    • Gloomily sullen or hushed; moody; frowning.
    • Gloomily sullen or silent; moody; frowning.
    • Gloomily sullen or silent; moody; frowning.
    • To frown; look sullen or glum: just like gloom.
    • Gloomily sullen or silent; moody; frowning.
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