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Show IPA Use bleak in a SentenceSee images of bleakSearch bleak on the Web–adjective, -er, -est. 1. bare, desolate, and often windswept: a bleak plain. 2. cold and piercing; raw: a bleak wind. More

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Bleak House is the ninth novel by Charles Dickens, published in twenty monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853. More

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the ironically-titled Bleak House, takes care of his two young cousins Richard Carstone and Ada Clare, and a ward named Esther Summerson. More

television adaptation of Charles Dickens' mammoth novel BLEAK HOUSE is a stupendous success. Though it has been cast to perfection and is gloriously crafted, its chief asset is a brilliant teleplay by Andrew Davies that makes a 1000 page novel exciting, engrossing, and fully understandable. More

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Dictionary: bleak1 (blēk) pronunciation Home > Library > Literature & Language > Dictionary adj., bleak·er, bleak·est. 1. a. More

Jarndyce's home, Bleak House (which is cheerful and happy — not bleak). On the journey, she has the companionship of his other two wards, Ada Clare and Richard Carstone. Ada, Richard, and Mr. More

Things look rather bleak for him. Es sieht ziemlich trostlos für ihn aus. Fiktion (Literatur und Film) ausblenden F lit. More

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The new production of Bleak House is about a thousand times better than the previous version of several years ago. It almost does justice to the Dickens novel. I say "almost" because nothing ever can. It's in a class by itself; but this comes awfully close. More

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Bleak House in Mudgee. Country comforts . . . Bleak House in Mudgee. Richard Jinman finds a warm welcome in a house with a chilling name. More

Sponsored linksIn The Bleak Of MidwinterLow Prices on Millions of Books. Free Shipping on Qualified Orders! bleak 1 (blk)adj. bleak·er, bleak·est1. a. Gloomy and somber: "Life in the Aran Islands has always been bleak and difficult" (John Millington Synge).b. More

bleak1 definition bleak (blēk) adjective 1. exposed to wind and cold; unsheltered; treeless; bare 2. cold and cutting; harsh 3. More

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Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Alburnus
Species : Alburnus alburnus
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758