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- adj. bleak
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Bleak.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bleak; open; unsheltered; cold; chill.
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May 12th, 2006 at 7:08 pm been bleaky and foggy and rainy here in NH for at least the past 4 days and will continue for as far into next week as I can see…
The bleaky hills have long ago their verdure lost.
"Looks like a really good plan from where I'm standing," said Harry grinning bleaky.
The weather was cold and bleaky; the night so dark that the troops could scarcely see their way, but all night long they floundered through the mud and slough -- over passes and along narrow defiles, between the mountain and the river to their right -- the troops trudged along, the greater portion of whom were thinly clad, some with shoes badly worn, others with none.
Some distance back the road had climbed slightly for a space, then fallen into the level again, and now ran, open and unhedged, across the bleaky top of a barren upland.
If not, we may be looking at a bleaky, rainy TV future.
Rid on the Powny to go to Shaftisbury but raind and wind very bleaky, so returnd to the Wh 'Hart again.