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  • Finding them hopeless to control, he ordered a general attack as evening fell.
  • As soon as he left without new appointment, his situation would become hopeless.
  • I feel like this album comes from a place that's not so hopeless.
  • The political and economic situation in the last year of the war became more and more hopeless.
  • He made his players believe they could win, even when the cause looked utterly hopeless.
  • Most of his students are hopeless but there is one bright working-class man in the class.
  • I don't think we should feel so hopeless about breeding out other types.
  • The fighting continued for the rest of the day, and the situation eventually became hopeless.
  • We eventually see his condition from his family's perspective and it appears hopeless.
  • Later they signed on independent label Hopeless Records, becoming one of their major bands.
  • Hence hopeless, he took the law into his own hands.
  • Men whom you little think, or at least whom I little thought, are in almost a hopeless way. Cited from Apologia Pro Vita Sua, by John Henry Cardinal Newman
  • This is used when a patient feel hopeless and they have no way of changing their lives.
  • If indeed surrounded the Dutch would have been in a hopeless position.
  • Many residents left the town and the people became hopeless and sad.
  • Attempts to find happiness leaves him hopeless of ever finding his sense of purpose in America again.
  • She's hopeless and knows now she can't go back.
  • But can the hopeless romantic rock singer do such a terrible thing?
  • He made other attempts to fix problems, but gave up what he saw as a hopeless battle.
  • To make it even a half-way decent place seemed a hopeless task.
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Words starting with hopeless

Meaning of hopeless

  • adjective Without hope because there seems to be no possibility of comfort or success
    in an agony of hopeless grief, with a hopeless sigh he sat down