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- adj. Not hopeful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not hopeful; leaving no room for hope; hopeless.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. showing utter resignation or hopelessness
PCB 'unhopeful' of bilateral India-Pak series in near future
This unhopeful question is referring to Nelson Mandela Morgan Freeman, who in 1994 was elected the first black President of an apartheid stricken South Africa.
They told us that we and Clinton were cold and unhopeful and that emotions and inspiration were more important.
You mean spirited, harsh, unhopeful view of the world is history dcshungu.
So far, unfortunately, the Administration is sending unhopeful signs of non-change.
If they aren't distinct, however, special divine action would just be intervention, in which case the project of developing a conception of special divine action that doesn't involve intervention is unhopeful.
When he wrote to King Henry in unhopeful defence of Anne Boleyn and Thomas Cromwell, the convoluted sentences and sentiments show, not only a constitutionally timid man struggling to be brave (and all the braver for that), but a man uncomfortably capable of believing himself deceived and of seeing the world in double perspective.
The soldiers attacked again, and Elend raised his sword in a determined, but unhopeful, posture.
But I am still really unhopeful about ever getting a flight home.
So off I trotted to the computer lab in a very unhopeful mood, since I knew all too well that we would be working with Matlab, a program that makes me think wistfully and nostalgically of the comparatively user friendly days of DOS 1.0.
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