from The Century Dictionary.
- In a glum or sullen manner; with moroseness.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a glum manner; sullenly; moodily.
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- adverb in a
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- adverb in a sullen manner
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This is not the "staring glumly at the screen" problem.
In early 2005, when a group of former aides asked if there was anything he was unhappy about, Yeltsin replied glumly: “Yes, the state of the country.”
He stared glumly at the intersection as his friends placed him on the back of a police truck.
“What can I say, I fight everyone,” I said glumly.
So the youngest member glumly goes off alone to play a videogame.
Eventually, Davey Johnson, the Mets manager, stopped pitching Sisk at Shea, an embarrassing decision that the ballplayer glumly accepted.
Whitman for Governor began with great promise, but it ended with a GOP official glumly declaring, "The Republican brand in this state is death."
Sal Perez glumly clutched a book on robotics in his lap.
Some of the rest of us glumly concede their superiority and try to sell our dubious wares in the street, like gypsies.
Who would sit glumly in his seat and not cheer for science fairs?