Synonyms for Gloomy:dark (adjective)
anguished, anxious, blue, contemplative, dejected, depressed, despairing, despondent, disconsolate, discouraged, disheartened, dispirited, dolorous, downhearted, glum, grim, heartbroken, joyless, lachrymose, melancholy, miserable, moody, morose, mournful, overcome, pensive, plaintive, sad, sullen, wistful, woeful.discontent (adjective)
bored, cheerless, cross, disapproving, discomposed, discontent, disgruntled, displeased, disquieted, dissatisfied, dissident, exasperated, fed up, frustrated, irreconcilable, irritated, malcontent, non-satisfied, restless, sour, teed off, ticked off, uncomfortable, uneasy, ungratified, unhappy, wretched.gray (adjective)
ashen, battleship-gray, dapple-gray, dingy, drab, dull, gray, grizzled, gun metal, iron-gray, lead-gray, leaden, mole-gray, mousy, neutral-tint, pearl-gray, pearly, salt-and-pepper, silvery, smoky, taupe.hopeless (adjective)
beetle-browed, broody, cantankerous, contrary, crabby, cynical, dissociable, dour, fretful, frowning, glowering, grouchy, grumpy, hostile, irascible, long-faced, malevolent, mean, moping, noncooperative, obstinate, petulant, scowling, sulky, surly, uncooperative, unfriendly, ungenial, unsociable.Other synonyms and related words:
Acherontic, Cimmerian, Darksome, Desolateness, Dissatisfying, Grey, Ill-boding, Puritan, Saddened, Star-crossed, Stygian, abject, abrupt, acheronian, acrimonious, adverse, afflicted, affliction, aggrieved, alarming, anguish, antisocial, apocalyptic, aristocratic, aristocratical, austere, awfully, bad, bad business, bad job, bad-tempered, badly, baleful, baneful, be anxious about, befogged, begrimed, benighted, bind, bitter, bittersweet, blackly, blasphemous, bleakly, bleakness, blue funk, blue-blooded, blueish, bluish, blurred, blurry, bodeful, boding, bosky, bowery, broken-hearted, brokenhearted, brooding, brunet, brunette, brusque, calamitous, calamitously, caliginous, careworn, castellatus, causing dejection, caustic, chap-fallen, chapfallen, check, cheerlessness, chill, chilling, choleric, chopfallen, churlish, circumscribe, cirrose, cirrous, claustrophobic, closed, cloud-flecked, clouded, cloudlike, cold, colored, coloured, comfortless, commit, confine, confuse, constrain, contain, contrite, crabbed, cranky, crepuscular, crestfallen, crotchety, crushed, crusty, cumuliform, cumulous, curb, curmudgeonly, curt, cut up, dark and gloomy, darken, darkening, darkish, darkling, darkly, darkness, dead, dead duck, deadening, deep and remote, deeply, defeatist, deflated, deject, demarcate, demoralising, demoralizing, deplorable, depressant, depressing, depressingly dark, depression, depressive, desolate, desolation, detain, devastated, dimly, dimmer, dimming, dire, direful, dirty, disagreeable, disappointing, disastrous, disastrously, discoloured, disconsolateness, disconsolation, discontented, discontented with oneself, discouraging, disheartening, dismally, dismayed, dispiriting, distress, distressed, distressing, disturbing, doleful, dolefully, dolor, doomed, doomful, doubtful, down, down at the mouth, down in the dumps, down in the mouth, downbeat, downcast, downward, dragged, dreadful, dreadfully, drear, drearily, dreariness, drearisome, droopy, dun, dusk, dyspeptic, dysphoric, earnest, earnestly, ebony, edgy, elegiac, embittered, enclose, encumbered, enfant perdu, evening, evil, evil-starred, faded, faint, far and high, fatalistic, fateful, flattened, foggy, folly, foolishness, forbidding, foreboding, full of worries, funebrial, funeral, funereal, fuzzy, gamey, gamy, gentle, ghastly, give way, gloom, gloomful, gloomily, gloominess, glooming, go down, godforsaken, gone case, gone coon, goner, good-for-naught, good-for-nothing, grave, gravely, grey-brown, grief, grief-stricken, grieved, grieving, grievous, grim-faced, grim-visaged, grimly, grimness, grimy, grisly, grubby, gruesome, gruff, grungy, harassed, harrowing, hazy, heart-broken, heartbreaking, heartrending, heartsick, heartsore, heavy, heavy-hearted, heavyhearted, highbrow, hold, homesick, hopelessly, humiliated, hurt, ignorant, ill, ill-defined, ill-fated, ill-humored, ill-humoured, ill-lighted, ill-lit, ill-natured, ill-omened, ill-starred, ill-tempered, illegible, immedicabile vulnus, immure, impatient, imperceptible, impound, imprison, in low spirits, in secret, in the doldrums, in the dumps, inauspicious, incarcerate, inconsolable, indiscernible, indistinct, indistinguishable, inexorable, inhospitable, injured, inspiring horror, intricate, irritable, juicy, lacklustre, lamentable, leafy, lenticularis, listless, livid, lonely, lonesome, lost, louring, lovelorn, lovesick, low, low-down, low-spirited, low-toned, lowering, lowly, lugubrious, lurid, mammatus, melancholic, menacing, meritless, midnight, minacious, minatorial, minatory, mirthless, misery, misty, modest, momentous, moonless, mopish, mopy, morbid, mordant, mucky, muddied, muddy, murkily, muzzy, nasty, naughty, naysayer, nebular, nebulous, negative, negativistic, night, nightfall, nihilistic, nimbose, no-count, nonsense, noon, nubilous, obscured, obscurity, of evil portent, off feed, olive-drab, ominous, opaque, oppressed, oppressive, out of humour, overcast, overclouded, overwhelmed, pain, pained, pale, pathetic, peevish, perverse, pessimist, pitchy, piteous, pitiable, pitiful, pitifully, pitying, po-faced, poorly, portending, portentous, pouting, profane, puritanical, racy, raunchy, rayless, reduce, reflecting gloom, regretful, regretfully, relentless, remorseful, reserved, restrain, restrict, risque, roily, rueful, ruthful, sable, saddening, sadly, sadness, sallow, saturnine, scurvy, sedate, sepulchral, serious, seriously, severe, severely, shadowlike, shattered, shockingly repellent, shut, sick, sinister, smoggy, smudgy, snappish, sober, soberly, soiled, solemn, solemnly, solitary, sombre, sombrous, sorrow, sorrowful, sorry, spicy, splenetic, squally, staid, starless, stern, stormy, stratiform, stratous, stupidity, subfusc, subfuscous, suicidal, sulking, sunless, swart, taciturn, tearful, temperamental, tenebrific, tenebrous, testy, threatening, thunderheaded, tragic, triste, tristful, troubled, troublous, turbid, twilight, twilit, ugly, umbral, unappeasable, uncheerful, uncheery, unclear, unconsecrated, undefined, unenthusiastic, unfathomable, unfavorable, unfavourable, unforgiving, unfortunate, unfortunately, unhappily, unhopeful, unilluminated, uninviting, unlighted, unlit, unlively, unlucky, unpleasant, unpromising, unpropitious, unrelenting, unsatisfied, unseen world, unsmiling, unsung, untoward, unwarmhearted, upset, upsetting, vague, valueless, veiled, vinegarish, weak, weakened, weariful, wearisome, weary, whipped, wintry, without merit, woe, woebegone, worry about, wronged, wrongly.