glumly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- Other soldiers stared at him glumly.
- She appears, glumly sardonic, at the island home of her sister, Pauline (Jennifer Jason Leigh), to witness her marriage to a slacker named Malcolm (Jack Black), who spends most of .
- The continent watched glumly as a New Economy rose--faster than Yahoo!'s share price--from Silicon Valley.
News & Articles
- Books: Mark Leibovich’s “This Town” review.
Washington is a capital of biographies, histories, policy tomes, and even thrillers, but the fiction is invariably cartoonish and satirical or glumly portentous in the way of Allen Drury. The city lacks its Trollope or Balzac in both fact and fiction; “The Education of Henry Adams” is the . . . (Subscription required.)
July 15, 2013 - The New Yorker
- Bryan Appleyard in New York Times
(Patrick Healy writes more about the project here.) Mr. Appleyard writes that he "was glumly expecting the usual deadness of the filmed stage performance" but instead got "something quite new. Thanks to the editing and the multiple points of...