bleak

Adjective-
1. bare, desolate, and often windswept: Timmy’s plain was very bleak.
2. cold and piercing; raw: The wind came at the sails fast and bleak.
3. without hope or encouragement; depressing; dreary: The man living on the street had a very bleak future.
Noun-
1. a European freshwater fish, Alburnus alburnus, having scales with a silvery pigment that is used in the production of artificial pearls: The man caught a bleak in the Atlantic Ocean.
Variations
1. bleaker adj.
2. bleakest adj.
3. bleak·ish adj.
4. bleakly adverb
5. bleakness noun
Synonyms:
Barren
Grim
Antonyms
Bright
Friendly
happy