n.) Partial or total darkness; thick shade; obscurity;
n.) A shady, gloomy, or dark place or grove.
n.) Cloudiness or heaviness of mind; melancholy; aspect of sorrow; low spirits; dullness.
The news filled me with gloom.
My eyes slowly grew accustomed to the gloom.
The papers are filled with gloom and doom.
Joy quickly gave place to gloom after the quarrel.
The sad event has cast a gloom over the whole community.
A figure emerged from the gloom of the corridor.
The nation was deep in gloom.
Her mood could swing rapidly from gloom to exhilaration.
Many people associate dark clouds with depression and gloom.
The report on our economic situation is full of doom and gloom.
She managed to find a taxi in the cavernous gloom of the station.
My eyes couldn’t penetrate the gloom.
He remained sunk in gloom for several days.
To create an atmosphere of gloom in the country is a most dangerous thing.
Their gloom deepened as the election results came in.
There is widespread gloom and doom about the company’s future.
In the gloom I could only just discern the outline of a building.
The death of our beloved premier cast a gloom over the whole country.
These doom and gloom prophecies are doing little to help the economy.
He tried to break through the cloud of gloom hanging over his roomates with a joke.
Despite the obvious setbacks, it is not all doom and gloom for the England team.
It’s just a good news story amid all the doom and gloom.
These oliticians have been painting a gloom picture ever since their trickle down policies wrecked the country.
Adding to the gloom was a report that Britain’s economy shrank by 0.2 percent in the fourth quarter.
Despite the gloom, American factories and service firms kept hiring in June.
Persistent economic gloom was a key reason why Hollande defeated conservative Nicolas Sarkozy last month.
Europe’s latest political impasse cast a gloom over financial markets Tuesday.
A funeral gloom hangs in the twilight sky.