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  • adj. superlative form of glum: most glum.


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  • Elsewhere, what possibility festive cheer at what may well be the glummest ground in the country, Villa Park?

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  • A recent survey of 89 fund managers by Morgan Stanley showed that only a quarter of buy-side investors believe that India will beat other emerging markets this year, the glummest outlook in two years.

    Nothing Inevitable About India's Rise

  • It's weird work done by pale, unhappy people -- of whom Will is the glummest.

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  • His trial, which began only a week after the raid, fulfilled Messervy's glummest fears.


  • Could Learn From Mrs. T The glummest face Wednesday night might have been, if only we could have seen it, that of Hillary Clinton.

    What Mrs. Palin

  • When you compare this with Harrison Ford ` s "Firewall," which was like the glummest thing going a couple of weeks ago, and this one is just Entwistle, mildly thoughtful filmmaking.

    CNN Transcript Mar 3, 2006

  • That is, these were the glummest days since back before Plan B.

    To Catch a Prince

  • Harriet of course had to talk to a fellow – passenger in the train, because Lovat was his glummest.


  • She had the glummest face Harry had ever seen, half-hidden behind lank hair and thick, pearly spectacles.

    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

  • "Kept along after you," piped the old man; "and it's just as I thought -- the glummest lot of funeral faces I ever seen!"

    The Last Shot


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