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Definition of the adjective uncheerful
What does uncheerful mean as an attribute of a noun?
- causing sad feelings of gloom and inadequacy
- examples: a moody and uncheerful person | an uncheerful place
- synonyms of uncheerful: cheerless / depressing
- similar: blue / dark / dingy / disconsolate / dismal / drab / drear / dreary / gloomy / grim / sorry; melancholy / somber / sombre
- attribute: cheerfulness / sunniness / sunshine / cheer = the quality of being cheerful and dispelling gloom
- see also: unhappy; joyless
Alternative definition of the adjective uncheerful
- Not cheerful.
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In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals; and Illustrated in Their Different Significations, by Examples from the Best Writers by Samuel Johnson
They be commonly lean, hirsute, uncheerful in countenance, withered, and not pleasant to behold. Milton, P. L. UNCHEERFULNESS. m. s. temper. Many, by a natural uncheerfulness of heart, love to indulge this uncomfortable way of life.
by John Ogilvie
'Uncheerful night. Shak. ' Uncheerful in countenance. ' Burton, Uncheerfulness ( un-cheVful-nes), n. Want of cheerfulness; sadness. Spectator. Uncheery (un- cheVi), a. Dull; not enlivening. 'Tne uncheery hours which perpetually overtake us.
by Joseph Bosworth
—rót Uncheerful, sorrowful, sad. —rótian To makesad.—rótlic Uncheerful, sad. — rótlíce Cheerlessly, sadly.—rótnes, se; f.
A Complete Encyclopedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific, and Technological by John Ogilvie
Uncheerful night. Shak. • Uncheerful in countenance.' Burton. Uncheerfulnesa ( un-cheVful-nes), n. Want of cheerfulness; sadness. Spectator. Uncheery (im- cheYl), a. Dull; not enlivening. 'The uneheery hours which perpetually overtake us.
by Joseph Bosworth
— rot Uncheerful, sorrowful, sad. — rotian Tomakfsad rdtlic Uncheerful, sad.
Corrected and Enlarged with Upwards of Three Thousand Words by Rev. John Davis (A.M., of Belfast, Eng.)
UNcheerful, tin-tshërisël, a. inelancholy. UNcheerful Ness, fin- tshéroftil-nés, s.
by Laura Emma Lockwood
Uncheerful, adj. gloomy, dark, joyless ; at death's uncheerful door: Ps. lxxxviii. 11. Uncircumcised] 587 [Undazzled Unclrcumcised, ...
by Joseph Bosworth
"Un-ret uncheerful, sad, v. unrot. Un-ric UNRich, poor; non dives, pauper, C. R. Ben. 59: L. Edg. sup. 20. Un-riht Unright, wrong, injustice, injury, hurt, evil; injustitia, pravitas, ...
by Paul Zollo
unbearable unbeatable unbelievable unbreakable unbribable unbuckle unchangeable uncharitable uncheerful uncial uncivil unclassifiable uncle uncomfortable unconditional unconquerable unconscionable uncontestable uncontrollable ...
by Philip D. Morehead
Adjectives—1, dejected, cheerless, joyless, spiritless; uncheerful, unlively, unhappy, sad, ...
Uncheerful,unchēr′fōōl,adj.notcheerful,gloomy: grudging.—n. Uncheer ′fulness. Unchild,unchīld′,v.t. (Shak.)tomakechildless. Unchivalrous, unshiv′alrus, adj. not chivalrous or honourable.—Also Unchiv′alric. Unchristen ...
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