Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The imperial one gloomed as he sat high in his gold and ivory tribune.

He gloomed at her, and hissed between his teeth a Skye pibroch.

And he gloomed and moped and was an object of private mirth to Judge Enderby.

The oldest boy sat up in bed and gloomed at us very sullenly.

And through it all Buller gloomed unsmiling, with out-thrust underlip.

So horrible to-day that all power has been rained and gloomed out of me.

And he gloomed as the chops began to fight the tea in his sensitive stomach.

She gloomed about the beach with a shawl on her shoulders; a small dog followed her.

He gloomed at her angrily for a few moments before he resumed.

They gloomed into my sitting room like a pair of funeral mutes.