sunless

[suhn-lis]
adjective
1.
lacking sun or sunlight; dark: a sunless room.
2.
dismal; gloomy; cheerless: a sunless smile.

Origin:
1580–90; sun + -less

sunlessly, adverb
sunlessness, noun
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sunless (ˈsʌnlɪs)
 
adj
1.  without sun or sunshine
2.  gloomy; depressing
 
'sunlessly
 
adv
 
'sunlessness
 
n

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They found oases of animals thriving in the sunless depths around hydrothermal
  vents.
The minerals, including hydrogen sulfide, provide food for the bottom of the
  ecosystem's sunless food chain.
Exfoliation is also a must if you use a sunless tanning product to help ensure
  even coverage, he says.
The sunless tan looks so natural, no one will believe it's fake.
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