glumpy

glumpy

(ˈɡlʌmpɪ)
adj, glumpier or glumpiest
sullen
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William Clements' baritone solo made a brave fist of Henry Newbolt's tedious versifying, but most of the vocal contributions were drowned in the great washes of Stanford's glumpy orchestral music scarcely worth the hearing.
The whole thing was rather too good for anyone beyond a glumpy old Monk, and she looked so excessively young and so passing pretty, that ere five minutes were fled, I felt the most overpow'ring inclination to kick her happy and good-looking husband out of the room and give her a kiss before he could come back again.