No disturbances such as the Gazette had gloomily foretold attended the event, and the tremendous majority gained by the President somewhat stunned the press.
But he did neither: and, when he was sitting alone in the deserted tram, he tore his ticket into shreds and stared gloomily at the corrugated footboard.
Stephen walked on beside his friend, staring gloomily at the footpath.
It was not exactly to my taste, however, nor did the thought of my poor mother at home make me more sympathetic with Tom's ecstasy; so whilst he chattered I strode gloomily forward over the beach.
He laughed, and ran upstairs, while I turned and gloomily sauntered down the deserted street.
Bates found him staring gloomily from the window when he came into the office half an hour later, and at once put the wrong though obvious construction upon his mood.
Buck up, and—" George sagged back into the chair as he gloomily interrupted the speaker.
What might or might not befall me, I gloomily debated.
I stammered something--dashed if I know what--and blinked a little gloomily as she drew a brisk fire from the flame I tendered.
And I fixed my glass and stared gloomily at the things.
I sneaked under the quiet shade in a convenient pergola, and, dropping upon a bench, gazed gloomily at the sunlight patches at my feet.
But I had other things to think of as we sat out in the loggia--chiefly of her, herself; withal, wondering gloomily what her father would say when he found I had disobeyed his injunction about not speaking to her.
I stood blinking after her a moment; then I fixed my attention gloomily upon the cellarette.
The two sat gazinggloomily down the long street of Heart's Desire, and so intent were they that they did not see the shambling figure of Willie the sheepherder coming up the street.
Surely, when God has thrown around us such beauties as these, our hearts should bid us rejoice, and enjoy them as they are sent, and we ought not to think gloomily upon the future, which may lead us insensibly into discontent and repining.
He sat gloomilyon a chair, with his hands in his pockets.
The memory rankled, and he gloomily watched the demure progress of Ellen as she took the letters to Elizabeth.
As the minutes went by I shut my eyes, and wasgloomily thankful when the summons came from above.
She shook her headgloomily a couple of times, but gave no answer.
Methinks our governor should not be buried with as little ceremony as we perforce have showed our meanest servant," said Captain Standish gloomily to Elder Brewster the evening of Carver's death.
Mowbray looked gloomily at her, and then started off.
Wiggins said nothing, but sat lookinggloomily at her.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "gloomily" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word. Other words: gravely; grimly; heavily; sadly; solemnly