lowery

[ lou-uh-ree, louuh r-ee ]
/ ˈlaʊ ə ri, ˈlaʊər i /

adjective

dark and gloomy; threatening: a lowery sky.

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earnest
Also loury.

Origin of lowery

1640–50; earlier lowry. See lower2, -y1
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