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bleary

[ bleer-ee ]
/ ˈblɪər i /
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adjective, blear·i·er, blear·i·est.

(of the eyes or sight) blurred or dimmed, as from sleep or weariness.
indistinct; unclear: The day begins with a bleary view of one's world.
fatigued; worn-out.

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Origin of bleary

1350–1400; Middle English blery.See blear (adj.), -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM bleary

blear·i·ly, adverbblear·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for bleary

bleary
/ (ˈblɪərɪ) /

adjective blearier or bleariest

(of eyes or vision) dimmed or blurred, as by tears or tiredness
indistinct or unclear
exhausted; tired

Derived forms of bleary

blearily, adverbbleariness, noun
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