glumly

Gloomy vs Glumly - What's the difference?

gloomy | glumly |


As an adjective gloomy

is imperfectly illuminated; dismal through obscurity or darkness; dusky; dim; clouded.

As an adverb glumly is

in a glum manner.

Glumly vs Glumpy - What's the difference?

glumly | glumpy |


As an adverb glumly

is in a glum manner.

As an adjective glumpy is

(colloquial) glum; sullen; sulky.

Gluily vs Glumly - What's the difference?

gluily | glumly |


As adverbs the difference between gluily and glumly

is that gluily is in a gluey way while glumly is in a glum manner.

Glummy vs Glumly - What's the difference?

glummy | glumly |


As an adjective glummy

is (obsolete) dark; gloomy; dismal.

As an adverb glumly is

in a glum manner.

Sullenly vs Glumly - What's the difference?

sullenly | glumly | Synonyms |

Sullenly is a synonym of glumly.


As adverbs the difference between sullenly and glumly

is that sullenly is in a sullen manner while glumly is in a glum manner.

Moodily vs Glumly - What's the difference?

moodily | glumly | Synonyms |

Moodily is a synonym of glumly.


As adverbs the difference between moodily and glumly

is that moodily is in a moody manner while glumly is in a glum manner.

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.