- frowning; sulky; sullen
1816, Sir Walter Scott, The Antiquary, Volume 1:
- "But what's the use o' looking sae glum and glunch about a pickle banes?
glunch (plural glunches)
- A sullen, angry look; a look of disdain or dislike.
1780, Robert Burns, Poems And Songs Of Robert Burns:
- May gravels round his blather wrench, An' gouts torment him, inch by inch, What twists his gruntle wi' a glunch O' sour disdain, Out owre a glass o' whisky-punch Wi' honest men!