dejection (part of speech: noun)
discontentment (part of speech: noun)
disgruntlement, uncomfortableness, boredom, dissatisfaction, disquiet, non-satisfaction, discontent, despondence, joylessness, angst, inquietude, ennui, frustration, anxiety, wretchedness, uneasiness, irritation, unhappiness, exasperation, discomposure, discomfort, sourness, displeasure
darkness (part of speech: noun)
grayness (part of speech: noun)
sullenness (part of speech: noun)
fretfulness, irascibility, contrariness, obstinacy, petulance, long-facedness, dourness, hostility, surliness, crabbiness, grouchiness, malevolence, sulkiness, cynicism, meanness, unfriendliness, crossness, cantankerousness, grumpiness
hopelessness (part of speech: noun)
desperation, abandonment, discouragement, hopelessness, heartlessness, glumness, cheerlessness, forlornness, melancholy, bleakness, anguish, despondency, moroseness, despair, pessimism, dispiritedness, misery, spiritlessness, dejection, depression, disheartenment, downheartedness
- The personal obscurity of Mr. Boyse might perhaps not be altogether owing to his habits of gloominess and retirement. - "The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland (1753),Vol. V.", Theophilus Cibber.
- In the dining- room she found her aunt, with Jewish gloominess, predicting the worst. - "Comrade Yetta", Albert Edwards.
- For she saw that gloominess had overcome him and she feared to disturb his mood, though she would gladly have made him smile if she had been able. - "Khaled, A Tale of Arabia", F. Marion Crawford.