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33AM The time those in the East Midlands - the glummest folk in the UK - will raise their first smile today.
The world's first billionaire sportsman walks around like the world's glummest man.
He further says that the glummest males are likely to go by the names of Andrew, Edward, Tim or Owen.
As we report on page 15 today, the region's consumers - ie all of us - are now among the glummest in the country when it comes to looking in the economic and financial crystal ball.
Zimbabwe was the glummest country in the world followed by Armenia, Moldavia, Belarus, Ukraine, Albania, Iraq and Bulgaria which were among the last 10.
As any scientist will tell you, the chemicals that chocolate releases will lift even the glummest soul hit by the thought of all those dark January nights ahead.
IT SEEMS that Monday past was predicted to be the glummest day so far this year, which rather baffled those of us who tumbled gaily through it, merely pausing in our frolics to cast a gimlet eye at the lashing rain and lowering skies.
It's this in-between-ness, along with Gilliam's numbing use of filming with ultrawide-angle lenses that turn "The Brothers Grimm" into the director's glummest and most visually clunky production.
The glummest of Victorians has abruptly become the Lord High Executioner.
There we wear the glummest faces collected in the high school cafeteria since the mandatory freshman-parent-orientation.
This is potentially the smallest room in your house but it certainly doesn't have to be the glummest.
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- gloat over
- globular mass
- gloomy outlook
- gloss over
- gluttonous appettite
- gnomic saying
- go about
- go about stealthily
- go across
- go adrift
- go after
- go against
- go ahead
- go ahead of
- go all out for
- go along with
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