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dreary  Adjective
  1. Translate "dreary" to Spanish: lúgubre, apagado, frío y sombrío, inhóspito, monótono y pesado, negro, tenebroso, lóbrego
    English Synonyms of "dreary": gloomy, mournful, stark, dismal, funereal, lugubrious, sullen
    Define meaning of "dreary": Depressing in character or appearance.
  2. Drove through dingy streets.
    The dismal prison twilight.
    Harles Dickens;.
    B old buildings.
    A dreary mining town.
    Gloomy tenements.
    Sorry routine that follows on the heels of death.

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  3. Translate "dreary" to Spanish: aburrido, aburridor, tedioso, aguado, desvaído
    English Synonyms of "dreary": boring, uninteresting, dumb, humdrum, tedious, tiresome, unentertaining, dull
    Define meaning of "dreary": Depressing in character or appearance. ; Lacking in liveliness or charm or surprise.
  4. Drove through dingy streets.
    The dismal prison twilight.
    Harles Dickens;.
    B old buildings.
    A dreary mining town.
    Gloomy tenements.
    Sorry routine that follows on the heels of death.
    Her drab personality.
    Life was drab compared with the more exciting life style overseas.
    A series of dreary dinner parties.

  5. Translate "dreary" to Spanish: deprimente, ingrato, sombrío
    English Synonyms of "dreary": gloomy, sad, dampening, depressant, depressing, depressive, adust, bleak, dismal
    Define meaning of "dreary": Causing dejection. ; Depressing in character or appearance. ; Reflecting gloom. ; Characterized by hopelessness; filled with gloom. ; Causing or suggestive of sorrow or gloom.

  6. Translate "dreary" to Spanish: que se hace eterno
    English Synonyms of "dreary": drawn-out, dree, dreich, dreigh, driech, driegh

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