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Definition of "uncheerful" [uncheerful]

  • Not cheerful. (adjective)

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Use "uncheerful" in a sentence
  • "The speaker of these stunning poems appears heartbroken and haunted yet filled with abrupt passion and resistance to loss -- uncompromising, uncheerful but "acquainted with the night" -- an insomniac's rhapsody."
  • "Bent on inspiring him with enthusiasm equal to her own, she declined to dampen what sparks he had caught by anything so uncheerful as a cold meal."
  • "And here's another thing that has cheered immensely in these 4 terribly uncheerful years: The Democrats held the majority for 40 years."