glum

Glum vs Wistful - What's the difference?

glum | wistful |


As adjectives the difference between glum and wistful

is that glum is despondent; moody; sullen while wistful is full of yearning or longing.

As a verb glum

is (obsolete) to look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum.

As a noun glum

is (obsolete) sullenness.

Glum vs Miserable - What's the difference?

glum | miserable |


As adjectives the difference between glum and miserable

is that glum is despondent; moody; sullen while miserable is in a state of misery: very sad, ill, or poor.

As a verb glum

is (obsolete) to look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum.

As a noun glum

is (obsolete) sullenness.

Glum vs Gloomy - What's the difference?

glum | gloomy |


As adjectives the difference between glum and gloomy

is that glum is despondent; moody; sullen while gloomy is imperfectly illuminated; dismal through obscurity or darkness; dusky; dim; clouded.

As a verb glum

is (obsolete) to look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum.

As a noun glum

is (obsolete) sullenness.

Glum vs Gloom - What's the difference?

glum | gloom |


As verbs the difference between glum and gloom

is that glum is (obsolete) to look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum while gloom is to be dark or gloomy.

As nouns the difference between glum and gloom

is that glum is (obsolete) sullenness while gloom is darkness, dimness or obscurity.

As an adjective glum

is despondent; moody; sullen.

Glum vs Reticent - What's the difference?

glum | reticent |


As adjectives the difference between glum and reticent

is that glum is despondent; moody; sullen while reticent is keeping one's thoughts and opinions to oneself; reserved or restrained.

As a verb glum

is (obsolete) to look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum.

As a noun glum

is (obsolete) sullenness.

Glum vs Atrabilarian - What's the difference?

glum | atrabilarian |


As adjectives the difference between glum and atrabilarian

is that glum is despondent; moody; sullen while atrabilarian is characterized by melancholy or glum; atrabilarious; atrabilious.

As a verb glum

is (obsolete) to look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum.

As a noun glum

is (obsolete) sullenness.

Glum vs Glumness - What's the difference?

glum | glumness |


As nouns the difference between glum and glumness

is that glum is (obsolete) sullenness while glumness is the emotion of being glum.

As a verb glum

is (obsolete) to look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum.

As an adjective glum

is despondent; moody; sullen.

Glum vs Grum - What's the difference?

glum | grum | Synonyms |

Glum is a synonym of grum.


As adjectives the difference between glum and grum

is that glum is despondent; moody; sullen while grum is morose, stern, surly, sullen.

As a verb glum

is (obsolete) to look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum.

As a noun glum

is (obsolete) sullenness.

Glum vs Glumly - What's the difference?

glum | glumly |


As a verb glum

is (obsolete) to look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum.

As a noun glum

is (obsolete) sullenness.

As an adjective glum

is despondent; moody; sullen.

As an adverb glumly is

in a glum manner.

Grim vs Glum - What's the difference?

grim | glum |


As adjectives the difference between grim and glum

is that grim is dismal and gloomy, cold and forbidding while glum is despondent; moody; sullen.

As a verb glum is

(obsolete) to look sullen; to be of a sour countenance; to be glum.

As a noun glum is

(obsolete) sullenness.

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