Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • A state of sulkiness or gloominess.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of glump.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "Oh, won't that be lovely!" and Mary almost danced out of her glumps.

    The Girl Scouts at Bellaire Or Maid Mary's Awakening

  • But it didn't take a biologist to realize that paddling along in the water with large and floating glumps of unidentified matter was not an inviting activity, even for a youngster.

    The Green Bay Press-Gazette Latest Headlines

  • Pitfalls that dampen the intrigue are glumps of backstory, over-the-top "gore, profanity or explicit sex," and the "flash forward," usually formatted in, yes, a prologue.

    A Christian Worldview of Fiction

  • Pitfalls that dampen the intrigue are glumps of backstory, over-the-top "gore, profanity or explicit sex," and the "flash forward," usually formatted in, yes, a prologue.

    A Christian Worldview of Fiction

  • Pitfalls that dampen the intrigue are glumps of backstory, over-the-top "gore, profanity or explicit sex," and the "flash forward," usually formatted in, yes, a prologue.

    A Christian Worldview of Fiction

  • Pitfalls that dampen the intrigue are glumps of backstory, over-the-top "gore, profanity or explicit sex," and the "flash forward," usually formatted in, yes, a prologue.

    A Christian Worldview of Fiction

  • Pitfalls that dampen the intrigue are glumps of backstory, over-the-top "gore, profanity or explicit sex," and the "flash forward," usually formatted in, yes, a prologue.

    A Christian Worldview of Fiction

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