Bleakness – meaning of the word and examples

The quality or state of being bare and inhospitable. (Oxford Dictionaries)

The quality or state of cold and miserable weather. (Oxford Dictionaries)

The quality or state of being hopeless, discouraging, or unlikely to have a favourable outcome. (Oxford Dictionaries)

The quality of being cold, unpleasant and not welcoming or attractive. (Cambridge Dictionary)

The quality of offering little or no hope for the future. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Examples

Helen’s Photomania Blog.

https://helensphotomania.wordpress.com/2012/02/13/bleakness-in-almost-black-and-white/

Lorenzo Gaudenzi. Flickr.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/lorenzogdnz/28949076611/

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