Definition of glooming:
down in the mouth, sulky, dingy, drab, downhearted, sluggish, down, disconsolate, low-spirited, blue, huffish, drear, grim, depressed, gloomy, dark, low, gloomful, dreary, dispirited, dismal, sorry, downcast.
- "Dreams, Waking Thoughts, and Incidents", William Beckford.
The astonished Boggs, finding himself thus deposited upon the floor, and beholding the irate face of Mr. McFettridge glooming down upon him, and fancying him to be the cause of his present humiliating position, sprang to his feet, swung a violent blow upon Mr. Fettridge's ear, exclaiming sotto voce: " Take that, will you!- "The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land", Ralph Connor.
- "The Professor's Mystery", Wells Hastings Brian Hooker.