English to Samoan Meaning :: gloomy

Gloomy :
faanoanoa
- faanoanoa
 

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Adjective(1) depressingly dark(2) filled with melancholy and despondency(3) causing dejection

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(1) The sea is sparkling, the drowned city is dark, and gloomy .(2) Our school is still fantastic inside but from the outside, with its boarded up windows, it appears gloomy , horrible and derelict.(3) So many people are pessimistic right now that the chances seem so gloomy .(4) There was no light on up there, and it was very dark and gloomy .(5) I was in quite a gloomy state, after a potential marriage prospect fell through.(6) The room didn't appear gloomy or depressing, but it still had this certain aura of darkness wrapped around it.(7) Gradually he became an outcast, and on a dark gloomy day, he took a vow.(8) And some of our guests were in a pretty gloomy mood.(9) the weather made us feel gloomy(10) He could sense her gloomy mood, but knew better than to question her.(11) And then it came to him: that was why he was feeling gloomy .(12) She's the one who always bring everyone down in a gloomy mood.(13) We explored lots of gloomy , wet and dark alleys.(14) He never noticed it before, but the door was dark and gloomy .(15) The dark and gloomy colours of the works contrast with the whiteness of the hall's interior.(16) the scenery here is gloomy and bleak
Related Words
(1) gloomy mood ::
lagona faanoanoa
(2) feel gloomy ::
lagona faanoanoa
(3) gloomy forecast ::
vaaiga tuutuumamao faanoanoa
Synonyms
Adjective
1. dark ::
uliuli
2. despondent ::
mafatia
3. pessimistic ::
pessimistic
4. down in the mouth ::
i lalo i le gutu
5. sulky ::
sulky
Antonyms
1. bright ::
pupula
2. cheerful ::
fiafia
3. cheery ::
laufofoga
4. cordial ::
cordial
5. festive ::
faigaʻai
6. friendly ::
faʻaleuō
7. gay ::
fiailoa
Different Forms
gloomy
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Cold, gloomy, and easily accessed by
a Frenchman through a tunnel.

Cold, GLOOMY, and easily accessed by a Frenchman through a tunnel.

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 8


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