Definition of cheerlessness in English:

cheerlessness

noun

  • See cheerless

    • ‘It echoed the pervasive cheerlessness of the late 1980s.’
    • ‘It was a strange combination of weather and location - something as pretty as snow, falling on the sleaze and cheerlessness of Kings Cross.’
    • ‘She could see the lush green lawn, and a tall willow tree at one corner, but the gray sky and drizzling rain added the cheerlessness in her mood.’
    • ‘Not yet pleased with their friend's overall level of cheerlessness, the two continued.’

Pronunciation

cheerlessness

/ˈtʃɪələsnəs/