bleary

[ bleer-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bleary

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLEARY

He was old and bleary, unmistakably dirty too—but he had divined Sidney's romance.

"Yes, Miss," said the stranger, blinking at her with his bleary eyes.

Then I stopped, for the man with the bleary eyes had shut the wicket in my face.

I recognised it in spite of the red blotches and the bleary film that hid the eyes.

Her eyes were bleary and red-rimmed, her breath reeked of porter.

Mirestone swung around and glared at the bleary eyed Dutchman.

It was a way of which her experiences in Bleary Street had made her skeptical.

Her experience at Bleary Street had helped her in this; and Letty had been quick.

She thought at first that her eyes were bleary with sleep, but it was his face that was bleary.

Her voice was thick with sleep, her eyes heavy-lidded and bleary.

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