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Definition of "glummer" [glummer]

  • Comparative form of glum: more glum (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "glummer" in a sentence
  • "For poorer Americans, the prospects are even glummer, augmented by ever-grimmer statistics on obesity, childhood diabetes and much else."
  • "We English are often too modest about our own achievements, so take a bow Mike Ashley, one of the few multimillionaire sporting figures who actually looks glummer than Tiger Woods."
  • "In fact, however, things are a bit glummer than they were – I had misremembered and thought I had to do only 12 repeats and then find a good stopping-place in the 13th."