drearier drearier

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) lacking in liveliness or charm or surprise
  2. (adj) causing dejection

Usage(s):

  1. They became drearier and drearier.
  2. Nurse Lombard takes the blame, gets sacked, but she finds a drearier hospital in London where she is blissfully happy.
  3. While dramatic series have become drearier, commercials have developed into the sprightliest little plays on television.

News

  1. Landslide search persists along with rain: 'The weather is ... working against us'

    The dreary slog to comb through the surreal aftermath of the landslide that devastated part of Washington state became even drearier and messier on Friday, with persistent rain and strong winds adding to searchers' already daunting challenges.
    on March 29, 2014     Source: CNN

  2. Landslide

    The dreary slog to comb through the surreal aftermath of the landslide that devastated part of Washington state became even drearier and messier on Friday, with persistent rain and strong winds adding to searchers' already daunting challenges.
    on March 29, 2014     Source: CNN

  3. Landslide search persists along with rain

    The dreary slog to comb through the surreal aftermath of the landslide that devastated part of Washington state became even drearier and messier on Friday, with persistent rain and strong winds adding to searchers' already daunting challenges. "The we...
    on March 29, 2014     Source: WKBT La Crosse

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