Definition of Glumpily

1. glumpy [adv] - See also: glumpy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glumpily

glumelike
glumella
glumellas
glumelle
glumes
glumly
glummer
glummest
glummy
glumness
glumnesses
glump
glumped
glumpier
glumpiest
glumpily (current term)
glumping
glumpish
glumps
glumpy
glums
glunch
glunched
glunches
glunching
gluodynamics
gluon
gluonic
gluonium
gluons

Literary usage of Glumpily

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1. A Lady's Walks in the South of France in 1863 by Mary Eyre (1865)
"I knew that before,' said I, rather glumpily. When we got to the hotel, Canon was not there, he had not sent my self-elected guide, and the voiture was not ..."

2. The adventures of a cat, and a fine cat too! by Alfred Elwes (1857)
"... I accepted his polite offer with thanks, and bidding my valet, who walked very glumpily behind, to keep close by, I followed my polite guide, ..."

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