dismal[ diz-muhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF dismal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISMAL
This illuminated the entire room, but in a partial and dismal manner.
Many a dismal and unhappy tale might be wrought out of its other adventures.
She felt a dismal suspicion that this was going to daunt her.
The dismal Hecate did not much like the idea of going abroad into the sunny world.
Farewell to the dismal, blood-red phantom of martial renown!
Once more he heard the dismal cry, and fancied it held a mocking note.
To the devil with this dismal darkness, wrapping itself about one with a chill!
Uncle, after making one more pause, blew a dismal wail and went on again.
These dismal shells, when they burst in the air, were like the fireworks at a fte.
He burst into a laugh, which, being prolonged, fell off into a dismal wail.