The man stared at him with the same glum look.
What are you looking so glum about?
From the looks on the glum faces before me, he had neither told them anything nor was there success in their search for the killer.
"Why are you so glum?" asked Nesvitski noticing Prince Andrew's pale face and glittering eyes.
Arthur recognized Dean but avoided eye contact until Dean stared him down and forced a glum nod.
In fact, stereotypes linger for a reason, and the emo culture is as much defined by music as it is by a specifically listless and glum attitude.
One very entertaining commercial for Kibbles 'n' Bits Dog Food shows the story of a rather glum Bassett Hound making it clear to his family that he wants food that is like the food they are eating at dinner.
Remember, you must be as bored and glum about your hair as you are about your existence!
Not to be too glum, there has been some movement.
Ronaldo goes into the Brazilian changing room to find all his team mates looking a bit glum.
glum faces in front of him.
Wildor deserved better support than she got from her Palemon, Jonathan Cope in a very glum mood.
So like Ann in 1994, should I as a left Labor MP be feeling glum?
Things here at Thruxton were looking pretty glum, the number of corporate days being booked went right down.
The next morning I arrived to find the whole office staff sitting outside in the sunshine looking rather glum.
Don't look so glum - your chaps will get all the glory in the end.
Despite the new figures, Soil Association policy director Peter Melchett insisted that the situation for organic farming was not glum.
I wasn't trying to sound glum really, but I guess it came out that way.
respectful silence, then a glum man from Motorcycle Monthly said " Can I have their number?
There was a respectful silence, then a glum man from Motorcycle Monthly said Can I have their number?
If he gets glum about a check, you have a bum builder.
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