use Bleak in a sentence
[adjective] giving little or no hope;
If a baby is born before 22 weeks the outlook for survival is very bleak.
She sighed a deep and windy sigh, indicative of bleak despair.
Harrington’s face was bleak as he stared at the cards on the table.
Many women and children in some Muslim-majority nations face bleak lives and enjoy few rights.
“These statistics paint a pretty bleak picture, ” she says.
It was a pretty bleak message in that movie.
[adjective] Unpleasantly and uncomfortably cold and damp;
My daughter adores sitting by the fire on a bleak winter night.
The bleak and damp weather of Boston in the winter time really bothers my grandmother’s arthritis.
I shall not forget the bleak evening I sat with him by the fire nearly two years ago.