Examples of bleary in a Sentence
She looked at me with bleary eyes.
disoriented, bleary passengers departing from the red-eye
Recent Examples of bleary from the Web
As multiple investigations continue into the Trump-Russia affair, tension between Moscow and Washington has spiked, further complicating the bleary entanglement between the two.
An end-of-session marathon in which bleary-eyed legislators are forced to vote on huge and complex spending bills with little or no time to read them — or even to be accurately told what’s in them.
According to numerous media outlets, Woods was arrested at 3 a.m., booked at 7 a.m. and released shortly before 11 a.m. His arrest mug shot shows a bleary-eyed and unshaven Woods with unkempt hair.
After the game, Redick wore the disappointment — his eyes bleary, a Dodgers cap pulled down over part of his face.
Though tired and bleary-eyed, Jack made it to Rebecca’s show.
She and the actor John Krasinski read the names to a crowd of bleary-eyed reporters.
The world is bleary to them, and your face at a certain point becomes, to all intents and purposes, pixelated.
The architects transformed the passageways – which bleary-eyed passengers traverse on their way to customs – into a sort of movie theater, lined with 38 4- by 4-foot panels.
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First Known Use of bleary
BLEARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bleary for English Language Learners
: very tired and unable to see clearly
Medical Definition of bleary
of the eyes or vision : dull or dimmed especially from fatigue or sleep
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