Dismal | Definition of Dismal by Merriam-Webster
The statistics of women of color are even harder to find, and the statistics are dismal. — National Geographic, "This Museum Director Is Working to Make the Art World More Equitable For Women," 18 May 2018
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Dismal definition, causing gloom or dejection; gloomy; dreary; cheerless; melancholy: dismal weather. See more.
Dismal - definition of dismal by The Free Dictionary
dismal - Comes from French dies mali, "evil days," and first meant the 24 evil or unlucky days of the medieval calendar (two per month).
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Dismal Synonyms, Dismal Antonyms | Merriam-Webster Thesaurus
dismal, dreary, bleak, gloomy, cheerless, desolate mean devoid of cheer or comfort. dismal indicates extreme and utterly depressing gloominess.. dismal weather; dreary, often interchangeable with dismal, emphasizes discouragement resulting from sustained dullness or futility.. a dreary job; bleak suggests chill, dull, and barren characteristics that utterly dishearten.
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2012 April 22, Sam Sheringham, “Liverpool 0-1 West Brom”, in BBC Sport: Liverpool's efforts thereafter had an air of desperation as their dismal 2012 league form continued.
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Dismal is a dreary, depressing sort of bad. "With the cold rain and their team behind by six field goals, the mood in the stands was so dismal even the cheerleaders had lost their 'Rah.'"