How to Pronounce drear?

Correct pronunciation for the word "drear" is [dɹˈi͡ə], [dɹˈi‍ə], [d_ɹ_ˈiə].

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"Drear" in context

Drear is an adjective used to describe an atmosphere or location that is dull and uninviting. It is usually used to describe unfavorable and oppressive conditions, such as a dreary winter day or a dreary room. It can also be applied to emotions such as sadness, boredom or depression. Dreary places or feelings often evoke feelings of gloom and misery. Drear can also be used to describe a place or situation that is long and dreary, as when someone describes a particular tedious journey as "endlessly dreary".

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