What is gloomy?

  • (adj): Depressingly dark.
    Example: "The gloomy forest"; "the glooming interior of an old inn"
    Synonyms: glooming, gloomful
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Little Gloomy - Characters
... Gloomy is a girl who lives in the town of Frightsylvania (a town of monsters) in a house with her friends ... Larry the Werewolf, is Gloomy's only sensible friend, who often is a key player in getting Gloomy out of trouble ... He thinks only of himself when his friends matter the most, and sometimes ends up rescuing Gloomy and friends by accident ...
Gloomy
... Gloomy can refer to melancholia The song Gloomy Sunday The song Gloomy from the self-titled album Creedence Clearwater Revival The Gloomy Dean, nickname of William Ralph Inge Gloomy Bear, a fictional character Gloomy ...
Soulgrind - Members
... Depths) Whisper Lilith (Tanya Kemppainen) - Vocals (Gloomy Grim, Lullacry) Lord Heikkinen - Guitar, programming (Fierce (Fin), Gloomy Grim, Tenebrae (Fin), Twilight Ophera, Walhalla (Fin ...
Little Gloomy
... Little Gloomy is a comic book published by Slave Labor Graphics ... Little Gloomy stories also regularly appeared in Disney Adventures Magazine, until the magazine stopped production with its November 2007 issue ...
Little Gloomy - Other
... In 2005 Walker and Jones published a new "Little Gloomy" series called "The Super Scary Monster Show Featuring Little Gloomy" which contains short ... In the universe of Kid Gravity, Little Gloomy is a fictional character and The Super Scary Monster Show is Kid Gravity's favorite television program ...

More definitions of "gloomy":

  • (adj): Reflecting gloom.
    Example: "Gloomy faces"
    Synonyms: glum, long-faced
  • (adj): Characterized by hopelessness; filled with gloom.
    Example: "Gloomy at the thought of what he had to face"; "gloomy predictions"; "a gloomy silence"
    Synonyms: grim, darkening

Famous quotes containing the word gloomy:

    The perception of the comic is a tie of sympathy with other men, a pledge of sanity, and a protection from those perverse tendencies and gloomy insanities in which fine intellects sometimes lose themselves. A rogue alive to the ludicrous is still convertible. If that sense is lost, his fellow-men can do little for him.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Then stretch our bones in a still gloomy valley;
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    John Fletcher (1579–1625)

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