Translation for 'cheerless' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   cheerless | more cheerless | most cheerless
SYNO cheerless | depressing | uncheerful
cheerless {adj}унил
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Translation for 'cheerless' from English to Bulgarian

cheerless {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Film reviewer Bosley Crowther in his review for "The New York Times", noted the characters handicapped the film as much as the tepid plot line created by Arch Oboler, "the five people whom he has selected to forward the race of man are so cheerless, banal and generally static that they stir little interest in their fate.
  • According to book #3 "Boardwalk Bust" he never smiles, but then according to some other books he has a famous cheerless smile.
  • In mitigation, it added that a long, latterly dry but relatively cheerless summer had made the tour particularly arduous, and there had been little time for preparation.
  • Aletrino published between 1889 and 1906 a few novels and collections of stories, all extremely bleak and cheerless in atmosphere.
  • The prospect seemed cheerless in the extreme.

  • The publican stopped serving beer while the case was before the courts, a period in the hotel's history described as "beerless, cheerless days".
  • During heavy flooding in July 1857 he found himself marooned in his "cheerless house" while floodwaters swirled around him.
  • Wheelchair-using middle-schooler Jamie Grimm has recently moved in with his aunt’s cheerless family after his own family died in a car crash that left him paralyzed from the waist down.
  • Dramatic plays often depicted the sad aspects of a cheerless life, the suffering and passions of simple, poor folk within a suffocating routine, or presented their own poetic idioms, creating extraordinary and unrealistic worlds.
  • In 1954, one visitor described their room as "roved to be a cheerless, bare place with an lithograph of Queen Victoria hanging on the wall and two camp beds".

  • David Edwards from "The Mirror" said it was a "cheap and cheerless effort that looks like a Channel 5 mid-week matinee" and that "Wesley Snipes in a blonde wig would be more convincing", awarding the film one star out of five.
  • New Zealand toured England in the "wet and cheerless summer" of 1931 and lost the Second Test to England by an innings, the other two being drawn because of bad weather.
  • Upon arrival, Work found the seminary "cheerless and uninviting" and spontaneously decided to hop a train for Washington, D.C.
  • However, reporters finally uncover his deception, and the disillusioned senior citizens revert to their cheerless routine.
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