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- n. Alternative spelling of gloomy Gus.
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- n. someone with a habitually sullen or gloomy expression
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E-mails and blogs are full of charges and counter-charges until it is a case of Gloomy Gus vs. Hopeful Hannah.
The Gloomy Gus, who has a string of failed relationships and a divorce behind her, insists that nothing in life last for always.
I think I care not for Gloomy Gus husband; too much troubles.
Alan Embree has not lasted in the majors since 1992, and consistently since 1995, by being a Gloomy Gus.
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- Economist Ethan Harris wants you to know he's optimistic about the U.S. economy, so you know he's not just being a Gloomy Gus or a permabear when he says the recovery "remains extremely fragile and dependent on policy."
On my work table, a volume by Gloomy Gus has fallen on one by Miracle Max - a sublime Synthesis of Greek and Latin traditions.