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Dreaming
Dreamingly
dreamland
Dreamless
dreamlessly
dreamlessness
dreamlike
Dreamt
dreamtime
dreamworld
dreamy
Drear
Dreariest
Drearihead
Drearihood
Drearily
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Dreariness
Drearing
Drearisome
Dreary
Drecche
dreck
Dred Scott
Dredge
dredge or dredger

Drearier definitions

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Dreary Drear"y, a. [Compar. Drearier; superl. Dreariest.] [OE. dreori, dreri, AS. dre['o]rig, sad; akin to G. traurig, and prob. to AS. dre['o]san to fall, Goth. driusan. Cf. Dross, Drear, Drizzle, Drowse.] 1. Sorrowful; distressful. [Obs.] `` Dreary shrieks.'' --Spenser. 2. Exciting cheerless sensations, feelings, or associations; comfortless; dismal; gloomy. `` Dreary shades.'' --Dryden. ``The dreary ground.'' --Prior. Full many a dreary anxious hour. --Keble. Johnson entered on his vocation in the most dreary part of that dreary interval which separated two ages of prosperity. --Macaulay.




 


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