glumness[ gluhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF glumness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLUMNESS
It was a random shot, but it told against Bernique's glumness.
The glumness had gone from his face, and when he saw me he signed for me to stoop down.
Her own nickering complaints of Norah's "glumness" sank into dumb anxiety.
Yates, in sorrowful tones said that her glumness was caused by her thoughts.
The foreman Peter Anson fidgeted irritably, and settled into a glumness.
He walked slowly to his club, where a friend joked him on his glumness.
But 'twas not the quiet of glumness that enveloped them, for they showed in every step an elasticity of spirits, as of muscles.
There is perhaps no more general weakness in the average American family than glumness!
All this sounded so much like business, that Mona sat up, all her glumness falling from her.
If the corners of the mouth are allowed to droop the glumness and depression is likely to grow deeper.