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bleary

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblearyblear‧y /ˈblɪəri $ ˈblɪri/ (also bleary-eyed) adjective  TIREDunable to see very clearly, because you are tired or have been crying Steve emerged from his room, unshaven and bleary-eyed.blearily adverbbleariness noun [uncountable]
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blearyA messenger from the mill woke the bleary-eyed Thompson at 3:00 a.m.For most people breakfast is a time to renew contact with the world, often through bleary eyes at best.I checked the clock, squinting through bleary eyes.Alexander wakes with a start, gives a visitor a perplexed, somewhat bleary stare, then melts blissfully back into slumber.We pull on our coats with bleary yanks as the alcohol works its universal spell, and bump out the door.
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