drearily drearily


  • (adv) in a cheerless manner


  1. Ernestina is his drearily upright fiancee.
  2. Some diplomats in the region say Kim's behavior has been drearily predictable.
  3. When it does happen, the people likeliest to commit the crime fall into a drearily predictable group.


  • Surreal Estate (Ian Pinchback)

    Ian Pinchback’s “Surreal Estate” (Dead Letter Office) Friday – August 2nd at PJs Lager House with: Eleanora Mike Galbraith Juliaan Paige Doors at 9:00pm $5 cover There’s the rich crackle of his acoustic guitar under a drearily elegant violin’s drawl; there’s the tastefully kicked drums providing just enough rhythm for those electric guitars to whip in some sunlight; there’s that harmonica ...
    on August 1, 2013     Source: Detroit Metro Times

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infatuated infatuated
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