glumness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an atmosphere of depression and melancholy
- n a gloomy ill-tempered feeling
- Her glumness typified the mood at the party's 75th congress in Reims on Saturday.
- The glumness vanished as the returns came in.
- In other words, despite the general glumness about the speed and strength of the recovery, particularly among New Economy techies, rates hit bottom in December at 1.
News & Articles
- ‘Mad Men’ Season 7 Premiere: Peggy Breaks Down In Tears
The final season of ‘Mad Men’ began on April 13 with the same slowly churning dread — but also with more changes than ever, as the glumness of Madison Avenue was contrasted by the new eternal sunshine of California.
April 14, 2014 - HollywoodLife
- Stephen Harper in Toronto Star
Most striking was their obvious glumness at the fall of Bagdad,stated Harper, of those who opposed the war. "But even previous to that were the dark suggestions on the anniversary of September 11 (hinted at even by our own prime minister)...