gloomy

All Adjective Noun
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  • Winter on the other hand can be seen as being gloomy and cold.
  • After a person has died, the people are always gloomy, especially the family.
  • Not a few there were who looked gloomy that the result was no better. Cited from The Master of the Shell, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • The evening came in dark and gloomy, and night fell as if almost at once. Cited from Mass' George, by George Manville Fenn
  • Although he is often gloomy, he is a good person at heart.
  • I have known her to pass whole days buried in the gloomiest thought. Cited from The Court of the Empress Josephine, I. Saint-Amand
  • Her personal life was influential in her gloomy sound and led to her success.
  • Look on the bright side of things instead of the gloomy one.
  • Their sound and gloomy style would eventually come to be known as gothic rock.
  • He had good reason on this occasion for taking a gloomy view of the state of affairs. Cited from Paul Gerrard, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • His face was quite turned away from them, and looked gloomy and troubled enough. Cited from Shenac's Work at Home, by Margaret Murray Robertson
  • When I wished him success, he looked very gloomy, and made no reply. Cited from Paddy Finn, by W. H. G. Kingston
  • The number of gloomy days during this period vary from year to year.
  • It is much less conventional than its gloomy title might lead one to expect.
  • At home in her room, she looks gloomy about her situation.
  • Then follows a gloomy period when his wife leaves him.
  • She wants her husband to know that she needs him and without him everything feels gloomy.
  • Those who had none also lay down in gloomy silence. Cited from Digging for Gold, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • You shall look upon scenes grand and gloomy, bright and beautiful. Cited from The Rifle Rangers, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • Nothing appears half so gloomy as such a place when deserted of its principal inhabitants. Cited from Mexico and its Religion, by Robert A. Wilson
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