Gloom synonyms

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Relative darkness, especially as caused by the interruption of light; gloom, obscurity.
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Dense fog.
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The state of being dim, poorly illuminated, almost dark.
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(Uncountable) Ignorance.
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(Uncountable) The state or emotion of being sad.
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A mood disorder characterized by an inability to experience pleasure, difficulty in concentrating, disturbance of sleep and appetite, and feelings of sadness, guilt, and helplessness.
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(Med.) Defecation
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Great sadness or depression, especially of a thoughtful or introspective nature.
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Deep sadness or gloom; melancholy
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(Of an edge) bluntness.
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A condition of great wretchedness or suffering because of pain, sorrow, poverty, etc.; distress
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A source or cause of sorrow; a misfortune:
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Morbidity is a term used to describe how often a disease occurs in a specific area or is a term used to describe a focus on death.
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A thoughtful or reflective state, especially if sad or melancholic.
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(Medicine) A mental disorder characterized by excessive fear of or preoccupation with a serious illness, despite medical testing and reassurance to the contrary.
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A severe psychiatric condition, often associated with schizophrenia, characterized by a tendency to remain in a rigid state of stupor for long periods which give way to short periods of extreme agitation
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A unit of pain used to theoretically weigh people's outcomes.
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A feeling of general bodily discomfort, fatigue or unpleasantness, often at the onset of illness.
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Vexation is something that causes you to be annoyed or distressed.
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The doctrine or belief that this is the worst of all possible worlds and that all things ultimately tend toward evil.
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A sense of impending evil or misfortune.
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Heavy spirits
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The state or characteristic of being cheerless
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Heavy spirits
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Mental grasp; perception or understanding
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The definition of a misgiving is a feeling of doubt or distrust about something.
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Serious danger.
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Anything causing pain or distress; calamity
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Complete loss of hope.
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A feeling of being weighed down in mind or body:
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Agonizing physical or mental pain; torment.
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Pain of mind arising from misfortune, significant personal loss, misconduct of oneself or others, etc.; sorrow; sadness. [from early 14th c.]
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A cause of horror:
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Mourning is a feeling and period of sadness after a loss.
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The quality of feeling bitter; acrimony, resentment
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Death or decay of living tissue; gangrene.
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A feeling of embarrassment or distress because one has failed or been disappointed
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A discouraging
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(Uncountable) The state of being disconsolate; gloom.
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Heavy spirits
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Heavy spirits
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Nervous depression
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The definition of happiness is the state of joy, peace and tranquility.
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(Philosophy) The doctrine, asserted by Leibniz, that this world is the best of all possible worlds.
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The state or quality of being gay; cheerfulness
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(Countable) The product of being dark.
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In low spirits; depressed; disheartened
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Causing or suggesting dejection; cheerless
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Marked by or exhibiting sorrow, grief, or pain.
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Of, causing, or having dyspepsia
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(Obsolete) Pertaining to a funeral or funerals; funereal.
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Appropriate for or suggestive of a funeral; mournful:
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That cannot be consoled; disconsolate; brokenhearted
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Affected with or subject to melancholy.
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The definition of morose is having a gloomy attitude or character.
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The definition of peevish is hard to please or having a bad temper.
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(Should we delete(+) this redundant sense?) Always expecting the worst.
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Of or relating to the dwarf planet Pluto.
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Of deep igneous or magmatic origin:
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Having a tendency to be gloomy, bitter, and sarcastic; sullenly sardonic
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Hollow and deep.
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Affected or marked by ill humor or irritability.
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Serving to obscure or darken.
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The definition of tomblike is similar to a grave or tomb.
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Not conducive to social exchange:
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The state of being disconsolate; gloom.
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Equatorial ocean regions noted for dead calms and light fluctuating breezes
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The state or condition of being gloomy.
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Heavy spirits
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The quality or state of being morose.
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The quality of being saturnine.
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The state or quality of being unsociable.
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The pathway or route of such illumination to a person:
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The quality of being bright.
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The property of being sunny.
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(Uncountable) Joy; merriment; mirth; gaiety; particularly, the mirth enjoyed at a feast.
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Something that encourages
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A cry expressing joy, approval or support such as "hurray". [from 18th c.]
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Intense and especially ecstatic or exultant happiness, or an instance of such feeling.
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The state of being contented
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The state of being lively, brisk, or full of spirit and vigor; vivacity; spiritedness
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Brilliance; liveliness; vivacity
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The state of being vivacious; vivacity
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A musical form, African-American in origin, generally featuring an eight-bar or twelve-bar structure and using the blues scale.
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The state of being downcast or despondent.
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Despondency is defined as a state of feeling hopeless or dejected.
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The characteristic of being doleful; sadness.
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The characteristic of being downhearted; sadness.
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Plural form of dump
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A state of feeling unwell or unhappy; a feeling of emotional and mental discomfort and suffering from restlessness, malaise, depression or anxiety.
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A state of severe depression.
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The emotion of being glum.
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A feeling or spell of dismally low spirits
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A dull, spiritless person.
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The property of being mournful.
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The feeling of not being happy
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To darken with or as if with clouds; obscure:
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To make (the eyes or the vision) dim; darken or obscure
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To make obscure or muddled; confuse; bewilder
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To blur (a surface or an outline)
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To become cloudy or overcast:
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To make seem dim, as by comparison
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To render dull; to remove or blunt an edge or something that was sharp.
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The partial or total blocking of light of one celestial object by another. An eclipse of the Sun or Moon occurs when the Earth, Moon, and Sun are aligned. &diamf3; In a solar eclipse the Moon comes between the Sun and Earth. During a total solar eclipse the disk of the Moon fully covers that of the Sun, and only the Sun's corona is visible. &diamf3; An annular eclipse occurs when the Moon is farthest in its orbit from the Earth so that its disk does not fully cover that of the Sun, and part of the Sun's photosphere is visible as a ring around the Moon. &diamf3; In a lunar eclipse all or a part of the Moon's disk enters the umbra of the Earth's shadow and is no longer illuminated by the Sun. Lunar eclipses occur only during a full moon, when the Moon is directly opposite the Sun.
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To practice in a small or mean way; to pettifog.
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To spray the leaves of (a houseplant) with water from a mister
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To obfuscate is to confuse someone, or to obscure the meaning of something.
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(Linguistics) To reduce (a vowel) to the neutral sound represented by schwa (ə).
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To cast a shadow over; darken or obscure.
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Plural form of feeling
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A feeling or spell of dismally low spirits
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(Computing) To reset or unset; to return to an empty state or to zero.
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The state or quality of being somber.
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Alternative spelling of somberness.
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