unsunny

unsunny

(ʌnˈsʌnɪ)
adj, -nier or -niest
not sunny
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It might be a sign of my advancing years and generally unsunny disposition, but the whole "party" vibe that they're looking to create here just didn't sit right with me.
More importantly, Aaron has stayed behind in a very unsunny Whitby while Hazel makes Jackson a terrible promise.
In the evening of a brightly unsunny day to watch back-lighted buildings through the slits between vertical strips of blinds and how red brick, brick painted red, a flaky white, gray, or those of no color at all take the light though it seems only above and behind them so what shows below has a slight evening "the day--sob--dies" sadness and the sun marches on.
Anyway, after Binky and Louise pretended to arrive on a private jet, their pet American Stephanie Pratt (by name etc) whisked them tourist-style into unsunny California in a rented limo.
Unsunny Jim's garden gnome rival Jahmene Asda never stood a chance from the moment know-nothing judge Louis Walsh backed him all the way.