adjective, blear·i·er, blear·i·est.
Related formsblear·i·ly, adverbblear·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for bleary
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
It was like an electric shock to a group of editors operating in the bleary haze of jet lag, pasta, and fashion overabundance.
Come bleary Friday morning, everyone will be itching to see what paid off for whom.
His eyelids seemed to have acquired a permanent half-mast, and beneath them the eyes were bleary and disinterested.Pagan Passions|Gordon Randall Garrett
"Look here, Jerry," exclaimed Mart, breaking in abruptly on the old man's talk and forcing the bleary blue eyes to meet his.The Pirate Shark|Elliott Whitney
He was old and bleary, unmistakably dirty too—but he had divined Sidney's romance.K|Mary Roberts Rinehart
The drunken uniformed brute raised his bloodshot, bleary eyes and took Jefferson in from tip to toe.The Lion and The Mouse|Charles Klein
He saw the rich idlers with bloated faces, with bleary eyes, with swollen limbs, with bodies covered with sores.History of the Moravian Church|J. E. Hutton