Bleak-house



a novel (1852) by Charles Dickens.

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  • Bleak

    bare, desolate, and often windswept: a bleak plain. cold and piercing; raw: a bleak wind. without hope or encouragement; depressing; dreary: a bleak future. a European freshwater fish, Alburnus alburnus, having scales with a silvery pigment that is used in the production of artificial pearls. Contemporary Examples Guillermo Del Toro on ‘Cabinet of Curiosities,’ Collaborating […]

  • Bleaks

    a European freshwater fish, Alburnus alburnus, having scales with a silvery pigment that is used in the production of artificial pearls. Historical Examples An English Garner (4 of 8) Various Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 56, Number 348 Various Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 56, Number 348 Various Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 56, Number 348 Various adjective […]



  • Bleaker

    bare, desolate, and often windswept: a bleak plain. cold and piercing; raw: a bleak wind. without hope or encouragement; depressing; dreary: a bleak future. Contemporary Examples Obama’s Depressed Liberal Base Matthew Yglesias July 24, 2010 Hunger Games Comes to New York State’s Public Schools Zephyr Teachout November 25, 2014 Kristin Chenoweth on Her Darker Role […]

  • Bleakest

    bare, desolate, and often windswept: a bleak plain. cold and piercing; raw: a bleak wind. without hope or encouragement; depressing; dreary: a bleak future. Contemporary Examples A President Adrift Michael Tomasky September 1, 2011 Old Problems and New Realities Ahmed Moor November 21, 2012 When Salinger Spoke Out: A Rare 1959 Public Letter Against Life […]



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