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Definition of "drearisome" []

  • Very dreary. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "drearisome" in a sentence
  • "He offered me his hand, and we were out of sight of all that wearisome, drearisome, uncompanionable company with whom, for eight long weeks at least, we had been dragging our rough way."
  • "Why, just toting them all out to the carriage would be a mighty drearisome job"
  • "Passing hurriedly by, I tried a closet door or so, finding little, however, to reward my search; and eager to be done with what was every moment becoming more and more drearisome, I hastened across the floor to the front of the house where I found another hall and a row of rooms that, while not entirely stripped of furniture, were yet sufficiently barren to offer little encouragement to my curiosity."