gloomy

[ gloo-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gloomy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLOOMY

Horace Milbrey sits alone in his gloomy, high-ceilinged library.

No one knows what that man suffers; it makes him gloomy all the time about everything.

Dark pictures and gloomy forebodings are worse than useless.

He was silent, and almost as gloomy as Hiram Bartlett himself.

If your wife was sensitive, you would kill her with your gloomy fits.

Her brother's face, gloomy behind the iron screen, tickled her fancy.

The scenery before the gorge of the river is reached is gloomy, but grand.

My talk with Colonel Dayton had, in a way, contributed to this gloomy feeling.

Gloomy is my soul; and all Nature around me partakes of my gloom!

The affairs of the Mediterranean wore at this time a gloomy aspect.

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