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- adj. glum; sullen; sulky
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Glum; sullen; sulky.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Sullen; sulky.
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Bread that is a day old is more digestible as it is less likely to form "glumpy" balls in the stomach cYp
SIMON: A little girl with frizzy hair and glasses sitting at her desk, I was glumpy, I was grouchy, I was slouching in my chair.
Not to confound this person with the sour-faced man who sat glumpy, upon the bench taking snuff, the night before, let us call him Morgridge Klaus.
Tooley Street with the old folks, who really are so uncommon glumpy, that it's quite refreshing to get away from them. "