Translation of sunless in Spanish:

sunless

sin sol, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈsʌnləs//ˈsənləs/

adjective

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    (day) sin sol
    (room) sin sol
    (room) donde no da el sol
    • The stalls are now too close together and the canopies too wide, making the passages between stalls narrow, uninviting, claustrophobic and sunless.
    • Christine Margreiter runs a florist's shop in town but lives in a sunnier town nearby where she makes up for sunless weekdays by hiking and gardening.
    • The next 10 days were dull and sunless the severe spell becoming a distant memory.
    • Olde England must have been a sunless maze that stretched from Penzance to Carlisle.
    • Over the past year this chilly, sunless corridor has often been crowded with men dressed in jailhouse smocks, chained in a line at the ankles, waist and wrists.
    • With Somerset going through one of its soggy stages, damp, mostly sunless and almost completely without cheer, sleep is a commodity I'm valuing rather highly these past few days.
    • We have risen from the sunless depths, and now hang suspended, beneath the waves.
    • The house was sunless.
    • The dark sky in Oshima Meteorological Station evokes a sunless world, a place where it is always night.
    • Move the bed each sunless day.
    • Dense clouds shroud Titan's surface, making it mysterious and sunless as well.
    • It was what seemed to be another bleak, sunless and chill winter morning in Moscow.
    • The project was very time consuming and always seemed to end up with us spending the summer sitting in front of a computer in some sunless basement.
    • A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead.
    • They are stuck instead for a sunless winter on an ice floe.
    • In winter, you should move your Maranta to a well-lit but sunless spot.
    • This is a more up-beat way of looking at the region's temperature, which can fall to - 51 Celsius in a six-month, sunless winter.
    • But in our sunless summer of 2007, hailstones shredded the leaves of my teenage beans.
    • For the inhabitants of Gibraltar this means humid and sunless weather, greatly increasing human stress levels
    • It was described by one visitor as a "spare, sunless, almost shabby cubicle, as unrelentingly masculine as the lifelong bachelor who occupies it."
    • Sunday morning was sunless and nearly cold, so we didn't even try to look for any more herbs.
    • You know, I've 43 minutes left in my evening here - then it's downstairs for entertainment, and after an annoying, drizzly sunless day, I need entertainment.
    • Action in the Gothic novel tends to take place at night, or at least in a claustrophobic, sunless environment.
    • What drew these artists into sunless caverns and tunnels sometimes less than a metre high has been the subject of vigorous argument.
    • The battery bank must be sized to absorb the influx of wind-generated electricity and bridge the gap of windless (and sunless) periods.
    • The day was sunless, bitter, snow-spitting.
    • Sulphurous yellow sphagnum moss made a dayglo splash against the dull greens and browns of the sunless upland bog.
    • We've had a few dreary, sunless summers and there are people who feel they'll go stone mad if they don't get their annual sunshine fix.
    • Cunning things thrive in sunless dungeons
    • It is used only in the cold, sunless north.
    • They will travel as far away as 750 miles through the sunless winter, not to return until the new spring.
    • Come winter, he'll have to brave a frigid, largely sunless climate.
    • We hold hands, me and her, both looking up at the blue, sunless sky; both with the grass under our backs; both wondering who will be the last to go.
    • Most climbing roses need full sun, but there are a few that can handle a north-facing, sunless wall.
    • Below the decks, the middle passage was a hot, narrow, sunless nightmare; weeks and months of confinement and abuse and confusion on a strange and lonely sea.
    • Marko Nyberg, founder of Husky Rescue, describes his music as being ' like spring's sunbeam after the long dark sunless winter time '.
    • Between house and garage there was a gate and narrow path which led into a rough yard, rendered sunless by a tall hedge and large sycamore tree.
    • Poor seasons in cool climates are usually both sunless and cold.
    • Repelled by the sunless, cramped conditions in the cities, well-intended architects became obsessed with order.
    • Some say the old warhorses of the energy age, coal and nuclear power stations, will still be needed to cope with windless, sunless, waveless days.