gloomiest gloomiest


  1. (adj) depressingly dark
  2. (adj) filled with melancholy and despondency
  3. (adj) causing dejection

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  1. For one thing, Fed rate cuts always lift the economy eventually, and the stock market typically starts responding just as headlines get gloomiest.
  2. The gloomiest predictions that the sand dunes will reclaim the skyscrapers are overdone.
  3. The gloomiest statisticians predict that in a couple of centuries everybody will be insane.



  1. "Even the gloomiest of the IPCC predictions underestimate the severity of climate change," said British scientist James Lovelock, who blames the consensus rule that governs IPCC proceedings for enabling a handful of governments to downplay...
    on Nov 11, 2007 By: James Lovelock Source: France24

  2. "Pakistan today is a military state in which a former Prime Minister can be gunned down in broad day light. These are without a doubt gloomiest days in country's history and such are the wages of dictatorship," Sharif told a press conference here.
    on Dec 31, 2007 By: Nawaz Sharif Source: Times of India

  3. "The situation really has been quite complicated," Mr Putin told the Russian parliament. "It is now far from benign, but the gloomiest predictions were not realised - and not because we were simply lucky."
    on Apr 21, 2010 By: Vladimir Putin Source: BBC News

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