from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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"I shall go all gloomy and glumpish if you scold me as soon as we get here, " complained Snubby.
Mrs Glump suddenly appeared, looking extremely -glumpish" as Snubby would say, "Barney!
"She'll give us her most glumpish look, " said Snubby.
An it worrets me as Mr. Tomll sit by himself so glumpish, a-knittin his brow, an a-lookin at the fire of a night.
Mr. Tom'll sit by himself so glumpish, a-knittin 'his brow, an' a-lookin 'at the fire of a night.
Dolements could beset anyone, but especially a fiddlefaced glumpish fellow whose grum and glum afflicted all of his friends and neighbors with a severe outbreak of the humpy-grumpies.