comfortless

  • 1 Comfortless — Com fort*less, a. Without comfort or comforts; in want or distress; cheerless. [1913 Webster] Comfortless through tyranny or might. Spenser. Syn: Forlorn; desolate; cheerless; inconsolable; disconsolate; wretched; miserable. {Com fort*less*ly},… …

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  • 2 comfortless — index bleak (severely simple), disconsolate, lamentable Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 comfortless — adjective see comfort II …

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  • 4 comfortless — adjective Offering no comfort …

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  • 5 comfortless — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. forlorn, desolate, cold; see dismal 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Causing discomfort: uncomfortable, uncomforting. Informal: uncomfy. See COMFORT …

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  • 6 comfortless — com·fort·less || kÊŒmfÉ™(r)tlɪs adj. without comfort or consolation …

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  • 7 comfortless — a. 1. [Said of places.] Forlorn, cheerless, desolate, wretched, miserable, dreary, drear, bleak. 2. [Said of persons.] Inconsolable, disconsolate, woe begone, heart broken, broken hearted, forlorn, desolate, wretched, miserable …

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  • 8 comfortless — adj 1. dismal, inhospitable, drear, cheerless. See cheerless (def.1). 2. inconsolable, disconsolate, forlorn, woebegotten, sick at heart, wretched. See cheerless (def.2) …

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  • 9 comfortless — com·fort·less …

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  • 10 comfortless — adj. 1 dreary, cheerless. 2 without comfort …

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  • 11 Comfortlessly — Comfortless Com fort*less, a. Without comfort or comforts; in want or distress; cheerless. [1913 Webster] Comfortless through tyranny or might. Spenser. Syn: Forlorn; desolate; cheerless; inconsolable; disconsolate; wretched; miserable. {Com… …

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  • 12 Comfortlessness — Comfortless Com fort*less, a. Without comfort or comforts; in want or distress; cheerless. [1913 Webster] Comfortless through tyranny or might. Spenser. Syn: Forlorn; desolate; cheerless; inconsolable; disconsolate; wretched; miserable. {Com… …

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  • 13 comfort — comfortless, adj. /kum feuhrt/, v.t. 1. to soothe, console, or reassure; bring cheer to: They tried to comfort her after her loss. 2. to make physically comfortable. 3. Obs. to aid; support or encourage. n. 4. relief in affliction; consolation;… …

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  • 14 com´fort|less|ness — com|fort|less «KUHM fuhrt lihs», adjective. 1. bringing no comfort or ease of mind: »comfortless words. 2. having none of the comforts of life: »a comfortless room. –com´fort|less|ly, adverb. –com´fort|less|ness, noun …

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  • 15 com´fort|less|ly — com|fort|less «KUHM fuhrt lihs», adjective. 1. bringing no comfort or ease of mind: »comfortless words. 2. having none of the comforts of life: »a comfortless room. –com´fort|less|ly, adverb. –com´fort|less|ness, noun …

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  • 16 com|fort|less — «KUHM fuhrt lihs», adjective. 1. bringing no comfort or ease of mind: »comfortless words. 2. having none of the comforts of life: »a comfortless room. –com´fort|less|ly, adverb. –com´fort|less|ness, noun …

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  • 17 Broken-hearted — Bro ken heart ed, a. Having the spirits depressed or crushed by grief or despair. [1913 Webster] She left her husband almost broken hearted. Macaulay. [1913 Webster] Syn: Disconsolable; heart broken; inconsolable; comfortless; woe begone; forlorn …

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  • 18 Cheerless — Cheer less, a. Without joy, gladness, or comfort. {Cheer less*ly}, adv. {Cheer less*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] My cheerful day is turned to cheerless night. Spenser. Syn: Gloomy; sad; comfortless; dispiriting; disconsolate; dejected; melancholy;… …

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  • 19 Cheerlessly — Cheerless Cheer less, a. Without joy, gladness, or comfort. {Cheer less*ly}, adv. {Cheer less*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] My cheerful day is turned to cheerless night. Spenser. Syn: Gloomy; sad; comfortless; dispiriting; disconsolate; dejected;… …

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  • 20 Cheerlessness — Cheerless Cheer less, a. Without joy, gladness, or comfort. {Cheer less*ly}, adv. {Cheer less*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] My cheerful day is turned to cheerless night. Spenser. Syn: Gloomy; sad; comfortless; dispiriting; disconsolate; dejected;… …

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