gloomily


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gloom·y

 (glo͞o′mē)
adj. gloom·i·er, gloom·i·est
1. Partially or totally dark, especially dismal and dreary: a damp, gloomy day.
2. Showing or filled with gloom: gloomy faces.
3.
a. Causing or producing gloom; depressing: gloomy news.
b. Marked by hopelessness; very pessimistic: gloomy predictions.

gloom′i·ly adv.
gloom′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.gloomily - with gloom; "such a change is gloomily foreseen by many"
Translations
potrto

gloomily

[ˈgluːmɪlɪ] ADV [say, look] → con tristeza; [predict] → con pesimismo

gloomily

[ˈgluːmɪli] adv [speak] → d'un air sombre

gloomily

adv
gloomily litschlecht beleuchtet
ask, think, sayniedergeschlagen, bedrückt; (= pessimistically) view, predictpessimistisch

gloomily

[ˈgluːmɪlɪ] advcupamente
References in classic literature ?
He was about to abandon the effort and retire gloomily to the saloon, when a man who had been standing by, wrapped in a heavy fur overcoat, intervened.
Gloomily walked I lately in corpse-coloured twilight--gloomily and sternly, with compressed lips.
"If we ever do meet again you'll be grown up," said Felicity gloomily.
"On the contrary, they would go nowhere," replied Ginger gloomily.
"I can't offer to put you up," he said gloomily. "Living out here's beastly.
How little real sympathy there exists between us; how many of my thoughts and feelings are gloomily cloistered within my own mind; how much of my higher and better self is indeed unmarried - doomed either to harden and sour in the sunless shade of solitude, or to quite degenerate and fall away for lack of nutriment in this unwholesome soil!
At that moment the wind, as it were, surmounting all obstacles, sent the snow flying from the carriage roofs, and clanked some sheet of iron it had torn off, while the hoarse whistle of the engine roared in front, plaintively and gloomily. All the awfulness of the storm seemed to her more splendid now.
He came up to the porch gloomily, hanging his head.
It would go hard with them, Billy foreboded gloomily. The newspapers were demanding blood for blood, and all the ministers in Oakland had preached fierce sermons against the strikers.
In compliance with the standing order of his commander -- to report immediately, and at any one of the twenty-four hours, any decided change in the affairs of the deck, --Starbuck had no sooner trimmed the yards to the breeze --however reluctantly and gloomily, --than he mechanically went below to apprise Captain Ahab of the circumstance.
Defarge looked gloomily at his wife, and gave no other answer than a gruff sound of acquiescence.
The lawyer listened gloomily; he did not like his friend's feverish manner.