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Players adapted to a new world of isolation and cheerless games.
It was a cheerless morning when they got into the street, blowing and raining hard, and the clouds looking dull and stormy.
Pools of water stood in the miry streets, and every aspect of nature was cheerless and desolate.
The night wind sweeps across the cheerless park, chilling us to the bone.
It is not, however, quite so barren and cheerless as in the immediate precincts of Dover.
It was a cheerless morning, the sky being heavy and of slaty hue, whilst a brisk north-easter blew cold off the water.
It was, in fact, more cheerless than the barn, and less wholesome.
WAYSIDE COURTSHIPSHAMLIN GARLAND
The inhabitants were as cheerless as the land on which they lived.
"You have seen him," he repeated, when they sat once more in the cheerless room.
The kail grows brittle from the snow in my dank and cheerless garden.
AULD LICHT IDYLLSJ. M. BARRIE

WORDS RELATED TO CHEERLESS

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