Glum



[gluhm] /glʌm/

adjective, glummer, glummest.
1.
sullenly or silently gloomy; dejected.
/ɡlʌm/
adjective glummer, glummest
1.
silent or sullen, as from gloom
adj.

1540s, “sullen, frowning,” from Middle English gloumen (v.) “become dark” (c.1300), later gloumben “look gloomy or sullen” (late 14c.); see gloom. Related: Glumly; glumness.

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