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drearily


  • r  in a cheerless manner

  • Ernestina is his drearily upright fiancee.
  • Some diplomats in the region say Kim's behavior has been drearily predictable.
  • When it does happen, the people likeliest to commit the crime fall into a drearily predictable group.
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  • 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 ...
    Aug. 1, 2013 - Detroit Metro Times

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