Entry from British & World English dictionary
Feeling or causing despondency; pessimistic: gloom-ridden predictions
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- It was into a gloom-ridden Temple household, later in 1689, that the young Jonathan Swift arrived as a new secretary.
- Her crystalline harmonies perfectly complement Murray Lightburn's gloom-ridden vocals.
- It was warmer inside, but the hall seemed dark and gloom-ridden after the broad white snow-covered fields shining under the pale morning sky.
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