dowdiness dowdiness


  • (n) having a drab or dowdy quality; lacking stylishness or elegance



  1. Lincoln Zephyr Easily the market leader in dowdiness, Lincoln is trying to go sleeker and younger with this $30,000 entry-level luxury car.
  2. That temple of dowdiness, the British Museum, gets a magnificent makeover.
  3. New Balance sneakers are still basically known for their technical aspects, comfort, stability--and dowdiness.
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propriety propriety
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