Definition of Bleaker

1. Adjective. (comparative of bleak) ¹



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Definition of Bleaker

1. bleak [adj] - See also: bleak

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bleaker

bleachery
bleaches
bleaching
bleaching agent
bleaching agents
bleaching clay
bleaching earth
bleaching powder
bleaching powders
bleachings
bleachlike
bleachorexia
bleacht
bleah
bleak
bleaker (current term)
bleakest
bleakish
bleakly
bleakness
bleaknesses
bleaks
bleaky
blear
blear-eyed
bleared
blearedness
blearer
blearest
bleareye

Literary usage of Bleaker

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1. Indian Wars of New England by Herbert Milton Sylvester (1910)
"Leaving Ossipee, they pushed on into the bleaker wilderness of the mountains. Strung out in single file, they kept on through the woods, with every moment ..."

2. South America Pilot by United States Hydrographic Office (1916)
"bleaker Island is a long, low, narrow island lying at the entrance of Adventure ... The anchorages are very good inside bleaker Island, but as there is no ..."

3. An Historical and Architectural Essay Relating to Redcliffe Church, Bristol by John Britton (1813)
"JOHN BLECKER, or bleaker, and RICHARD COKE. A flat stone in the south transept, with a cross upon it, and having a rim of brass running round its edges, ..."

4. A sailing directory for the Ethiopic or south Atlantic ocean by Alexander George Findlay (1883)
"Adventure Sound is 20 miles in length from bleaker Island to its NW extremity, ... Adventure Harbour is reached after passing round bleaker and North Point ..."

5. A Sailing Directory for the Ethiopic Or South Atlantic Ocean, Including the by Alexander George Findlay (1867)
"Adventure Sound is 20 miles in length from bleaker Island to its NW extremity, ... Adventure Harbour is reached after passing round bleaker and North Point ..."

6. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1864)
"exempt it entirely from that somewhat colder and bleaker look which the country ... But it not only looked but felt bleaker ae the upper ground was reached, ..."

7. Indian Wars of New England by Herbert Milton Sylvester (1910)
"Leaving Ossipee, they pushed on into the bleaker wilderness of the mountains. Strung out in single file, they kept on through the woods, with every moment ..."

8. South America Pilot by United States Hydrographic Office (1916)
"bleaker Island is a long, low, narrow island lying at the entrance of Adventure ... The anchorages are very good inside bleaker Island, but as there is no ..."

9. An Historical and Architectural Essay Relating to Redcliffe Church, Bristol by John Britton (1813)
"JOHN BLECKER, or bleaker, and RICHARD COKE. A flat stone in the south transept, with a cross upon it, and having a rim of brass running round its edges, ..."

10. A sailing directory for the Ethiopic or south Atlantic ocean by Alexander George Findlay (1883)
"Adventure Sound is 20 miles in length from bleaker Island to its NW extremity, ... Adventure Harbour is reached after passing round bleaker and North Point ..."

11. A Sailing Directory for the Ethiopic Or South Atlantic Ocean, Including the by Alexander George Findlay (1867)
"Adventure Sound is 20 miles in length from bleaker Island to its NW extremity, ... Adventure Harbour is reached after passing round bleaker and North Point ..."

12. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1864)
"exempt it entirely from that somewhat colder and bleaker look which the country ... But it not only looked but felt bleaker ae the upper ground was reached, ..."

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