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  • adj. superlative form of dreary: most dreary.

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Examples

  • Yet Tunisia had also been one of the Arab world's dreariest police states.

    The Arab Spring's First Election

  • DVD Focus TK zafg 'Inside Job' 2010 If Charles Ferguson's polemic documentary were merely depressing, it could take its place alongside the dreariest of downer dramas from Bulgaria or the former East Germany.

    'Margin Call': Thrills, Chills of Financial Ills

  • Thursday qualifies as our dreariest day of the week with clouds and showers (60% likelihood) as low pressure moves north over the area.

    Forecast: More sweater weather

  • However, I picked the coldest, rainiest, dreariest summer in Ontario ever to indulge my ice-cream making whims!

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Gardening is my pleasure, but unfortunately November in Britain is the dreariest month of the year, with nothing whatsoever to recommend it, leaving me bored and frustrated indoors with only the seed catalogues for company.

    A Nano widow writes « Write Anything

  • In school, they were force-fed textbooks, surely some of the dreariest, most uninspiring prose ever written.

    Dear Book Lover

  • 'Inside Job' If Charles Ferguson's polemic documentary were merely depressing, it could take its place alongside the dreariest of downer dramas from Bulgaria or the former East Germany.

    A Grownup Look at Lennon as a 'Boy'

  • A few well-placed candles can transform even the dreariest spot.

    Dr. Judith Rich: Braving The Storms of Change

  • Sunny roller blinds will fill the room with warmth on even the dreariest day.

    Mad About Saffron

  • Why, when I started in, I had the dreariest, deadliest details imaginable.

    Amateur Night

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