adjective, glummer, glummest.
sullenly or silently gloomy; dejected.
adjective glummer, glummest
silent or sullen, as from gloom
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.
[gloo-oh-nee-uh m] /gluˈoʊ ni əm/ noun, plural gluoniums, gluonia [gloo-oh-nee-uh] /gluˈoʊ ni ə/ (Show IPA). Physics. 1. .
/ɡlɜːdʒ/ noun 1. stories, often sent by email, that are supposed to be true and uplifting, but which are often fabricated and sentimental
verb slurp: She glurped a milkshake (1990s+)
[gloo-sahyd] /ˈglu saɪd/ noun, Chemistry. 1. .
[gluht] /glʌt/ verb (used with object), glutted, glutting. 1. to feed or fill to satiety; sate: to glut the appetite. 2. to feed or fill to excess; cloy. 3. to flood (the market) with a particular item or service so that the supply greatly exceeds the demand. 4. to choke up: to glut a channel. […]