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offering little or no hope

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providing no shelter or sustenance

unpleasantly cold and damp

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But the genuine affection between these low-life friends brings a glimmer of humanity to the very bleakest of moments.
Some lots put up for auction were in common use on local farms 50 years ago, while a solid fuel Rayburn cooker could make the bleakest farmhouse warm and comfortable today.
THE bleakest month in crisishit tour operator MyTravel's 20-year history got worse yesterday as its shares tumbled by another 37pc.
We are living through one of the bleakest economic periods since the slump of 1983.
THE BLEAKEST LINK: The robot Robinson on the futuristic game show.
'Even in my bleakest moments, I really do believe that the Welsh Conservative Party can do better than this reactionary approach..'
ENGINEERING group Locker has moved back into profit but warns that the outlook remains the bleakest for five years.
ESTATE agents have given their bleakest forecast for house prices in 30 YEARS.
He's earned a very hefty wedge for the best part of 30 years and the bleakest his retirement, enforced or otherwise, is likely to get is running out of golf courses in Florida.
Mrs Crouch has chaired the Arts Council for the past four years and saw ACW through its bleakest period.
On the Chad-Darfur border, unimaginable misery and the ever-present threat of death make it the bleakest place on Earth.
He and his players admitted that their humiliation at Twickenham on Saturday was one of the bleakest days in South African rugby, but the coach insists his players will not be seething with thoughts of vengeance.
And if ever the phrase black comedy applied it was here as the hardships the men endured gave rise to the greatest of humour from the bleakest of situations.
Natasha describes her time in Slonim for the BBC1 programme as "the bleakest four days of my life".
During the bleakest months, birds are vulnerable to starvation and predators.