Noun(1) a state of partial or total darkness(2) a feeling of melancholy apprehension(3) an atmosphere of depression and melancholy
(1) After a nice, sunny weekend, we're back to June gloom .(2) When she turned, she could see nothing but her sofa in the predawn gloom .(3) I hope by the end of this article to have lightened the gloom .(4) a year of economic gloom for the car industry(5) I sense she may stray into the odd shadowy church and weep there in the candlelit gloom .(6) The only feeling she could identify was one of gloom and depression.(7) I stood near a window, gazing into the vast darkness that enveloped the island in gloom .(8) he strained his eyes peering into the gloom(9) It was born into a period of economic gloom as those who were around in the early 1980s will recall.(10) I was working by the sunlight while the rest of the room was enshrouded in darkness and gloom .(11) The hope is that this will offset the gathering gloom about prospects.(12) After the lengthy period of economic gloom in the tech sector, that's a good thing.(13) The candles had burnt away to waxy stumps and the battery in one of the lamps had died through the night leaving her side sunk into darkness and gloom .(14) his gloom deepened(15) The morale-boosting victory lifted the gloom hanging over the club amid the uncertainty surrounding its future.(16) The victory temporarily lifted the gloom surrounding the team's battle against relegation from the Premiership.
2. despondency ::
1. beam ::
2. grin ::
3. smile ::
Different Formsgloom, gloomily
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