Translation of cheerless in Spanish:
- (room/house)sin alegría(day/landscape)(prospect)poco alentadorExample sentences
- Despite meagre attempts to beautify the grounds with flowers and shrubs, there was no denying that this was a grim and cheerless place.
- It looks oddly bleak and cheerless - and if you look carefully you can see that where the water splashes down, it has frozen into a mound of ice.
- Traders and residents are being warned the city will be drab and cheerless if funds are not found to pay for proper illuminations.
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