glum

Glum vs Cheerful - What's the difference?

glum | cheerful |


As a noun glum

is light.

As an adjective cheerful is

noticeably happy and optimistic.

Glum vs Glad - What's the difference?

glum | glad |


As a noun glum

is light.

As a verb glad is

.

Glum vs Doleful - What's the difference?

glum | doleful |


As a noun glum

is light.

As an adjective doleful is

filled with grief, mournful, bringing feelings of sadness.

Disgusted vs Glum - What's the difference?

disgusted | glum |


As an adjective disgusted

is filled with disgust.

As a verb disgusted

is (disgust).

As a noun glum is

light.

Sombre vs Glum - What's the difference?

sombre | glum |


As a verb sombre

is .

As a noun glum is

light.

Pathetic vs Glum - What's the difference?

pathetic | glum |


As an adjective pathetic

is arousing pity, sympathy, or compassion.

As a noun glum is

light.

Glum vs Mopish - What's the difference?

glum | mopish | Related terms |

Glum is a related term of mopish.


As a noun glum

is light.

As an adjective mopish is

given to moping.

Glum vs Inconsolable - What's the difference?

glum | inconsolable |


As a noun glum

is light.

As an adjective inconsolable is

not consolable.

Glum vs Dreary - What's the difference?

glum | dreary |


As a noun glum

is light.

As an adjective dreary is

(obsolete) grievous, dire; appalling.

Downhearted vs Glum - What's the difference?

downhearted | glum | Related terms |

Downhearted is a related term of glum.


As an adjective downhearted

is sad.

As a noun glum is

light.

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