drear


drear

adjective \ˈdrir\

Definition of DREAR

:  dreary
drear noun

Examples of DREAR

  1. <it was a drear morning in January when I went to take my driving test>
  2. <a barren and drear existence in a remote village>

First Known Use of DREAR

1629

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