OTHER WORDS FROM blearyblear·i·ly, adverbblear·i·ness, noun
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Her eyes were bleary, and her cigarette held on to her lip like a magic trick.Puerto Rican pernil is a standout Thanksgiving roast. Just guard that crispy skin.|Monti Carlo|November 18, 2021|Washington Post
By mid-June 2020, there were already signs that our bleary-eyed re-emergence was premature.The U.S. COVID-19 Outbreak Is Still Bad—And It Could Get Worse|Chris Wilson|June 23, 2021|Time
An electrician looked under the porch to check the electrical box and saw bleary bear eyes blinking back.Changing people’s behavior can make bear life better|Bethany Brookshire|April 8, 2021|Science News For Students
In the downstairs exhibit hall, attendees of all ages slumped on the white sofas like bleary-eyed rag dolls.
It was just Mike Royko and his pal, Big Shack, and whatever their bleary musings happened to be that night three years ago.The Stacks: John Schulian’s Classic Profile of Newspaper Columnist Mike Royko|John Schulian|January 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We convened at the White Horse Tavern, under the glum and bleary eyes of Dylan Thomas, Norman Mailer, and Jack Kerouac.Fire and Forget: After Homecoming, Veterans Collect Stories of War|Roy Scranton|November 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Shots of a bleary-eyed William leaving a London club at the weekend in today's Daily Mail.
The party scene grew and grew, and many a morning session was attended by bleary-eyed veterans of all-night binges.
I found him first, a little withered, dried-up old fellow, wrinkled-faced and bleary-eyed and tottery.Before Adam|Jack London
He was not a pleasant object to look upon, with his straggling hair, and his blotched face, and his bloodshot bleary eyes.Grif|B. L. (Benjamin Leopold) Farjeon
He was a very big, large-boned hound, gray with age and wrinkled and lame, and bleary-eyed.Tales of lonely trails|Zane Grey
The bleary red eyes glanced at her keenly, and appeared to appreciate her disappointment.
He paused with a grimy finger in the middle of a column of figures, and peered at Gipsy with a pair of red, bleary eyes.