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Related to unhopeful: dispirited, unpreparedness, take advantage
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Students were asked to change unhopeful sentences (e.
In Black preaching, singing, prayers, testimony, and other liturgical interactions, Jesus is hope in unhopeful circumstances.
Following this unhopeful response, the Provincial Auditor continued to lobby for a meaningful mandate review and turned strategies back towards working through the PAC.
By the end, Pi's belief in God and love has been honed down to a stark, unhopeful, desperate need for God and love--or for storytelling, which Martel seems to regard as the same thing.