blear blear


  1. (v) make dim or indistinct
  2. (adj) tired to the point of exhaustion


  1. Nor blear-eyed wisdom out of midnight oil.
  2. The jolt of the work was its off-register blear, its bright-crude colors; but more so, his icy message that the whole world was product.
  3. The idea dawned on Daniel Bricklin in 1978, while he was looking blear-eyed at blackboards filled with columns of numbers during classes at the Harvard Business School.
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