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dreich

adjective \ˈdrē\

Definition of DREICH

chiefly Scottish
:  dreary

Examples of DREICH

  1. <historically regarded as a dreich corner of Britain, Scotland's very name comes from the Greek word for dark>

Origin of DREICH

Middle English, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse drjūgr lasting
First Known Use: 1813

Rhymes with DREICH

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