adjective, glum·mer, glum·mest.
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Origin of glum
SYNONYMS FOR glum
OTHER WORDS FROM glumglum·ly, adverbglum·ness, noun
Words nearby glum
Example sentences from the Web for glumly
Boyd glumly told him to go over to makeup, which was housed in a little cabin across the road.The Stacks: Mr. Bad Taste and Trouble Himself: Robert Mitchum|Robert Ward|July 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The final chapter of the book is glumly titled "If Tax Reform Happens, It Will Be Because Grover Norquist Permits It."
“Inundated, yeah,” Fitzpatrick says glumly, imagining what downtown will be like after the great earthquake.
Chambers, the physiologist, was glumly clasping and unclasping his hands in a corner.Contamination Crew|Alan Edward Nourse
"Alden is going to win all the sprints," said Mott glumly while they were dressing.Winning His "W"|Everett Titsworth Tomlinson
"Der offers vat he made vas fine und pig," said Carl glumly.Motor Matt's Triumph, or, Three Speeds Forward|Stanley R. Matthews
"I can see it, for your sparks are gone," said Mr. Daw, glumly looking his friend over from head to foot as he pocketed the ten.Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford|George Randolph Chester
“She was here awhile ago,” replied Peyton, glumly, not bringing his eyes within range of the smile.The Continental Dragoon|Robert Neilson Stephens