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dreariness

d ree ree nuhs

  • n  extreme dullness; lacking spirit or interest

  • Lessing extracts a good dose of macabre humor from the dreariness of this household and the deluded egotism of its inhabitants.
  • In bitterness and dreariness it was unexcelled.
  • In Belgrade residents live with the prospect of years of dreariness and anxiety.
News & Articles

  • This App Helps You Lose Weight by Betting Money
    DietBet , a New York-based startup launched in June 2012, offers a platform where users can create and join bets to lose 4% of their body weight in a four-week period The appeal of DietBet lies not only in the financial incentive — winners split the collected money among themselves — but also in the fact that it provides a social and motivational platform that aims to combat the dreariness and ...
    June 21, 2013 - Mashable
Quotes

  • William Rehnquist in New York Times
    Ours combines,Justice Rehnquist wrote, "to a degree that might be thought impossible, baronial elegance with dreariness. Might there be some possibility of using the new Chippendale table?"
  • Aubrey Huff in USA Today
    It was like I was in a different place,Huff says. "It was bittersweet. I got emotional. I wanted to be a part of it, but I was happy for them. I just remember the dreariness of the constant losing. I had to get out."
  • Chris Gayle in The Age
    One ball each,explained Gayle. "Minimalisation to the max. Takes out all the tedium and dreariness. Game's over in no time. The kids love it."

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