Sinónimos de cheerless
dreary or gloomyThe kitchen was a dank and cheerless room.
Officials say the outlook for next year is gloomy.
His endless chatter kept me from thinking dark thoughts.
the depressing thought of his mother's death
It's always dull and raining.
the tower blocks on the city's grim edges
The immediate outlook remains bleak.
The main part of the hospital is pretty dismal.
a dreary little town in the Midwest
The pair were in sombre mood.
an austere, distant, cold person
his drab little office
I was desolate without her.
The once glorious palaces stood empty and forlorn.
He addressed the group in funereal tones.
dreary or gloomyThey were like a restless, cheerless throng of lost souls.
She went to bed, miserable and depressed.
The loss left me feeling sad and empty.
He seemed somewhat depressed.
Her boss is horrible and she is desperately unhappy.
He is gloomy about the fate of the economy.
You can't occupy yourself with dismal thoughts all the time.
It was at this time of day that I felt most melancholy.
He looked a forlorn figure as he limped off.
The offenders lapsed into a sullen silence.
those woeful people to whom life had dealt a bad hand
He looked mournful, even near to tears.
Everyone has days when they feel dejected or down.
He often felt despondent after these meetings.
His father's face looked suddenly soft and sorrowful.
He was looking increasingly disconsolate.
His work load had become so enormous that life seemed joyless.
She sniffed and looked quite woebegone.
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in the sense of austere
stern or severean austere, distant, cold person
in the sense of bleak
offering little hopeThe immediate outlook remains bleak.
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