dreariness

[ dreer-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dreariness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DREARINESS

So, she went through the inferno of days and nights in a dreariness of suffering that was deadly.

Do you suppose I do not understand the dreariness it has been for you?

She takes a fancy to the dreariness, and always carries the key with her.

The weather was much the same; but its dreariness had vanished.

Now the bigness only emphasized the dreariness and desolation.

The gloom and dreariness suited well the "habit of his soul."

Nathalie's departure, however, seemed to break the spell of his dreariness.

But he was not so, and as he rode he thought the morning scene of a twilight dreariness.

So the afternoon slipped away without the dreariness of the morning.

The dreariness and uncertainty of our situation can hardly be imagined.

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