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causing sad feelings of gloom and inadequacy

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When he trailed John Higgins by 10-4 on Sunday, Selby had looked beaten, on the scoreboard and in his cheerless demeanour, but a colossal comeback saw him roll to an 18-15 victory.
Another reason why cheerless, semi teetotaller Corbyn is the wrong man to lead the brothers and sisters.
There have been credit endorsements pending since September, some of which were just issued but Cheerless Collector said she couldn't recognize these endorsements because they had not been entered into the computer.
But Medrington does a fine job of guiding us through the rather cheerless adventures of Niggle and the many things that go wrong in his unsatisfactory life.
They prick the pomposity of the likes of this cheerless Swede, who claimed that Sir Terry "totally spoiled" Eurovision.
The stop-and-start nature of the Jurgen Klopp revolution has been neatly summed up by events of the last eight days, which included a 6-1 hammering of Southampton and a cheerless 2-0 defeat at Newcastle.
When Charles Latterly vacations in the Mediterranean island of Stromboli, he is dismayed to learn that his fellow guests (including an arrogant novelist, a prim colonel, an antagonistic married couple, and a sickly old man) are as cheerless as he is.
This cheap and cheerless embarrassment starring the dog who won Britain's Got Talent in 2012 deserves to be scraped from the lawn, bagged up and dropped into the wheelie bin.
In Richards' capable hands, however, these cheerless stories make for compelling reading.
S markets kicked off the New Year on a cheerless note.
But British press has trashed the film with Mirror describing the film as "a cheap and cheerless effort that looks like a Channel 5 mid-week matinee" adding that "The Queen of Hearts has been recast as a sad-sack singleton that even Bridget Jones would cross the street to avoid" while The Times took aim at the biopic's "squirmingly embarrassing script".
It's a shame the Beeb, in general, can't spend more of our money on quality work, and far less on cheap and cheerless reality and celebrity shows.
a thousand flowering lilacs weave a cheerless seasonal tone.
His writing, depending on one's point of view, is either deliciously challenging or needlessly obfuscating; he disdained popular culture, particularly popular music, while bothering to listen to very little of it, which is either the mark of an uncompromising maverick or a poor scholar; and he was either a cheerless snob who contemplated impossibly pure utopias and disdained practicalities or a visionary who used theory to tame and reshape the world.
However, having won three promotions and steering Boro back to the upper echelons of the non-league game, Wilkin's belief and experience are major factors in his armoury and he will be quietly confident of pulling the reins on their cheerless start and getting the show back on track.