Part of speech:
Having richness or depth:
Bad-tempered and morose; peevish:
Marked by hopelessness; very pessimistic:
Outspoken and surly. Used especially of older people.
The definition of melancholy is someone or something that is sad or gloomy.
Emotionally or mentally disturbed
Marked by or exhibiting sorrow, grief, or pain.
Stern or forbidding, as in manner or appearance:
The definition of glum is being or looking gloomy or sad.
Bitter and caustic in temper, manner, or speech
Rough or surly in manner or speech; brusquely rude
Having or showing a bad temper; quarrelsome; sullen; irritable
(Often derogatory) silent and withdrawn after being upset
In a bad-tempered or sulky mood; grumpy
Having or marked by a tendency to be bitter or sardonic:
Stingy or mean
Difficult to handle:
(Archaic) Causing harm; unfavorable
Unpleasant, uncomfortable, or hostile to survival:
(Physiol.) Able to respond to a stimulus
(Obs.) Of or having choler, or bile
Feeling or characterized by sadness or dejection.
Expressive of a mood, especially a sullen or gloomy mood:
Not suitable; inappropriate:
very depressed, pessimistic
Expecting the best in all possible ways.
Generally warm, approachable and easy to relate with in character.
showing a brooding ill humor; ; ; ; ; ; - Bruce Bliven
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