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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrearilydrear‧i‧ly /ˈdrɪərəli $ ˈdrɪr-/ adverb  1 sadly Laura stared drearily at herself in the mirror.2 dully a drearily predictable thriller
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drearilyThe remainder of the night passed drearily.Instead, it leads into a witless bridging sequence that connects a half-dozen individual drearily derivative fantasy and science-fiction stories.Within the vestibule, red lighting ached drearily on the eye.So we get bits of all these: all superficial, all framed around the most drearily predictable judgments.They all look drearily similar - big, grey boxes, topped with big, grey monitors.She contemplated drearily the fact that it was a Saturday; the day when everybody supposedly enjoyed themselves.All of this must have come across very drearily to viewers not familiar with Brookside.
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