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Glum

Pronunciation of Glum
/ɡlˈʌm/, /ɡlˈʌm/, /ɡ_l_ˈʌ_m/

Antonyms for glum:

glad, cheerful, joyful, happy, bright.

Synonyms for glum:

Sense 1

tenebrific.

Sense 2

somber.

Sense 3

desolate.

pessimistic

negative.

blue (adjective)

woebegone, unhappy.

dark (adjective)

forbidding.

dejected (adjective)

contemplative, moody, heartbroken, dispirited, wistful, anguished, downhearted, disconsolate, cast down, anxious, plaintive, broody, dreary, joyless, blue, despondent, mopey, sullen, discouraged, mournful, lachrymose, doleful, dolorous, pensive, overcome, wretched, depressed, woeful, gloomy, dejected, despairing, melancholy, morose, disheartened, miserable, sad, grim.

depressed (adjective)

despondent, melancholic, low.

downcast (adjective)

heartsick.

hopeless (adjective)

desperate, pessimistic, hopeless, forlorn, spiritless, discouraged, bleak, miserable, despondent, despairing, dejected, anguished, downhearted, cheerless, dispirited, morose, dismal, gloomy, melancholy, depressed, disheartened.

irritable (adjective)

crabby.

sensitive (adjective)

irritable.

sullen (adjective)

surly, cynical, frowning, crabby, dissociable, noncooperative, unsociable, petulant, hostile, morose, ungenial, grumpy, contrary, dejected, long-faced, unfriendly, sulky, grim, down, grouchy, uncooperative, depressed, Moping, melancholy, gloomy, irascible, glowering, moody, beetle-browed, sad, cross, scowling, obstinate, fretful, blue, sour, broody, dour, malevolent, dark, low, dispirited, mean, sullen, dismal, cantankerous.

tenebrific (adjective)

tenebrific.

glum (noun)

morose, ill-natured, sullen, dour, moody, sour, long-faced, dejected, glowering, dark, gloomy, saturnine.

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