cheerless

[ cheer-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF cheerless

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHEERLESS

And after all, it is a cheerless scene, and cheerless are the wanderers in it.

Nor is it, as has been too often supposed, a cheerless life of toil and fatigue, but has many substantial and endearing charms.

It was, indeed, a cheerless encampment for a cold, windy December night.

She had done what she could to make the cheerless house less cheerless.

It was a cheerless winter morning when they set out from Shoulthwaite.

It was cheerless and empty, and the children's happy voices lived in it no more.

The cold and cheerless chamber was once more warmed into a home.

Within, the dark was cheerless, but he made no effort to light a lamp.

The day succeeding the capture of the "Mellish" dawned gray and cheerless.

It was a bleak and cheerless landscape that lay before the travelers.

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