dour in Vietnamees
Four nights and dour days more, according to forecast, would suffice to reach New York.
And during the day McEachern watched him with dour and grudging approval.
And he braced himself with that dour refection in front of a bric-a-brac shop.
Bruenor had regained his dour visage by the time he called on Wulfgar the following morning.
He held my friend's card in his hand, and he looked up with no very pleased expression upon his dour features.
John gave me a dour look.
Not every result of the Chicago cheating analysis was so dour.
The toys were dour and limp, many broken.
These men had wrinkles but no laugh-lines; their mouths were dour.
She gave us a dour look when we suggested that she apologize.
stubbornly unyielding: tenacious, stubborn, dogged, unregenerate, persistent, unyielding, obstinate, pertinacious
showing a brooding ill humor: saturnine, morose, sour, dark, ill-natured, glum, glowering, sullen, moody
harshly uninviting or formidable in manner or appearance: forbidding, unpleasant, grim