Meaning of gloomily in English:

gloomily

Pronunciation /ˈɡluːmɪli/

Translate gloomily into Spanish

adverb

See gloomy

‘And once it had become clear that her every question about my school would be answered gloomily, she stopped asking.’
  • ‘Publishers mutter gloomily that while there are a huge number of children's books out there, there hasn't actually been a rise in the number of authors selling books.’
  • ‘So how disappointing, how gloomily predictable, that the proposed new footbridge is being greeted with the usual grumbling hostility.’
  • ‘‘There is no prospect of government taking a lead,’ they observe, gloomily.’
  • ‘Britain seems unable to escape the ghosts of Victorian engineers and Victorian novelists who so gloomily overshadow our own productions.’