Definition Of dreary
dull, bleak, and lifeless; depressing.
the dreary routine of working, eating, and trying to sleep
Example Of dreary
A wall of bare branches and actual rain falling evokes the dreary time of year.
And there is a sense, too, in which this is a problem of style; because when one opens the contemporary novel, the first thing one notices is how drearily written it is.
‘I don't know and I have no opinion,’ he said drearily .
Both groups separately discuss the boredom and dreariness of their lives and decide to have a night out on the town - predictably ending up in the same place.
By sheer force of contrast, after the washed out bleak dreariness of the English winter I'm beginning to understand the stature of Spring in English literature.