drearihead

noun drear·i·head \pronunciation at dreary +ˌhed\
variants: or

drearihood

\-ˌhu̇d\

Definition of drearihead

archaic

  1. :  dreariness

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Origin and Etymology of drearihead

drearihead from Middle English drerihed, from drery dreary + -hed, -hede (akin to Middle English -hod -hood); drearihood from dreary + -hood


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