gloominess[ gloo-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gloominess
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLOOMINESS
He was given to gloominess, and fancied that he was disposed to evil.
Discontent, discomfort, worry, gloominess on nearly every face.
Louis had none of his brother's gloominess, but was perfectly radiant.
That Edward Beverley had fits of gloominess and impatience is not surprising.
But with all the gloominess mingles the white hawthorn blossom.
You talk to your children with a stiffness, a gloominess, a brusqueness which will close their hearts.
What strikes one in this city is a general aspect of gloominess.
It was sad, even to gloominess; and something of shame seemed to cover it.
The prisoner forgot his own gloom, in his surprise at the gloominess of the other.
"It has, indeed," said Sir George, with a gloominess that was far from usual with him.