I am gloomy about you as you are not in well condition physically.
I am gloomy about my servant because he has been ill for two days.
- Am I right to use the word ''gloomy''(sad and unhappy about situations or persons) here?
Ali was sitting in the garden having gloomy expression on his face.
- Can I use ''gloomy expression'' here?
Last edited by 5jj; 13-Jun-2011 at 06:24.
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"Gloom" dark, resulting in "gloomy" adjective, often used as sad or despondent. So it can be used to describe a person or a place.
"Ali was sitting in his gloomy room with a gloomy expression on his face."
I am worried/concerned about you sounds better than gloomy to me.
In spite of personal preferences, I still see “gloomy day, gloomy faces, gloomy news, gloomy predictions” appearing in many a text.
Last edited by Mannysteps; 13-Jun-2011 at 19:24.