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adjective 
  1. disappointingly inadequate
He received a dismal compensation
  1. gloomy and bleak
The storm made for a dismal weekend
  1. depressing
She was lost in dismal thoughts of despair
  1. blue
Dismal are the eyes of the wolf.
Etymology: From the Latin dies, day, and mali, bad ("bad day").


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