cheerlessly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an unhappy manner
he cheerlessly set out to do the task
- Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott, who cheerlessly supported the President, took a different reading.
- The dawn broke cheerlessly for both sides.
- Not since Pilgrim's Progress have names been so cheerlessly symbolical; other examples are Dedman, Freedman, Flesh, Butt and Slipper.