moody and melancholic
showing a brooding ill humor;
"a dark scowl"
"the proverbially dour New England Puritan"
"a glum, hopeless shrug"
"he sat in moody silence"
"a morose and unsociable manner"
"a saturnine, almost misanthropic young genius"
"a sour temper"
"a sullen crowd"
- Don't look so glum!
- Faced with all this, no wonder Americans are glum.
- When the opposition scores, he looks glum.
- The doctor had assured him it was nothing serious, but he was looking very glum.
- He was a charming mixture of glum and glee.
We walked in the park..surveying..the glum old bridge.出自： Thackeray