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use "gloom" in a sentence

One day, everything is doom and gloom, and the stocks are in free fall.

I don't look at the market as 'doom and gloom' as many people may, said Anisi.

Seattle isn't the only place dealing with post-Super Bowl doom and gloom today.

But with the event six weeks away, Latin America's outlook has descended from boom to gloom.

Good to see a ray of sunshine in the midst of all the gloom about Canada's plunging currency.

They point to other changes -- such as letting gays serve openly -- as disproving naysayer gloom.

Ticona relies mostly on his government pension, but in the middle of so much gloom is a sign of hope.

The inky, purplish blacks of Lewin’s infrared images can-if you let them-communicate an ominous gloom.

Maurice Maeterlinck once said that it is important to remember that happiness is as contagious as gloom.

Find someone who is concerned about global warming. gloom

A feeling of gloom hung over Kenya for months after Kenyan runners failed to win any major track medals in the 1984 Olympics. glory

*""An isolated pawn spreads gloom all over the chessboard."

The mood in the room changed to gloom as the first election results came in.

Laughter is like a flash of lightning that breaks through the gloom of clouds, and shines for a moment.

We couldn't see very far ahead of us in the gloom of the evening.

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