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bleary

adjective \ˈblir-ē\

: very tired and unable to see clearly

Full Definition of BLEARY

1
of the eyes or vision :  dull or dimmed especially from fatigue or sleep
2
:  poorly outlined or defined :  dim <a bleary view>
3
:  very tired <bleary travelers>
blear·i·ly \ˈblir-ə-lē\ adverb
blear·i·ness \ˈblir-ē-nəs\ noun

Examples of BLEARY

  1. She looked at me with bleary eyes.
  2. <disoriented, bleary passengers departing from the red-eye>

First Known Use of BLEARY

14th century

bleary

adjective \ˈbli(ə)r-ē\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of BLEARY

of the eyes or vision :  dull or dimmed especially from fatigue or sleep

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