blearily


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blear·y

 (blîr′ē)
adj. blear·i·er, blear·i·est
1. Watery, filmy, or unable to see clearly: bleary eyes.
2. Tired, disoriented, or bleary-eyed: He shuffled around the kitchen, bleary with sleep.
3. Vaguely outlined; indistinct: "The Palisades are wan and bleary with heat" (Clement Greenberg).

blear′i·ly adv.
blear′i·ness n.
Translations

blearily

adv lookmit trüben Augen

blearily

[ˈblɪərɪlɪ] adv he looked up blearily at Tomfissò Tom con occhi appannati
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GWYN awoke one Monday morning expecting a breakfast of pancetta and strong coffee, only to hear crazy ice-cream melodies blaring in the street outside, and, when he blearily opened the curtains, to find his mother standing proud and tiny next to the clash of new colours and posters and stickers that was 'Hufen Ia Gwyn's Ice Creams' in all its brand spanking glory.
A few hours later, Amanda M Zangari, a Southwest Research Institute scientist on the New Horizons team, was staring blearily at her laptop analysing the data from one of the telescopes.
By turns shrilly frightening and blearily sucker-punched, her performance bears improbable comparison with Natalie Portman's Oscar-winning "Black Swan" turn as a study of self-disarrangement from the inside out, similarly motivated by professional pressure.
Toilet training was another big one because we had to teach him not only how to use the bathroom by himself but also how to do it at night, where he had to wake up and blearily go by himself.
At 5:30 one morning, the food service director quietly started the coffee in the camp kitchen and stared blearily at the menu, giving herself a few minutes to wake up before beginning the cooking for the day.
I looked blearily at the clock and noted that it was just after 6.
As Kiki stirred in her bed and blearily opened her eyes, all I could hear from the living room was Nanny Thelma talking at the top of her voice to Mark: "When I was a child we just didn't go in for all this spoiling our kids with chocolate
The next day, as we blearily packed them off home, each child agreed that it had been a triumph, which I can't deny filled me with a weird sense of pride.
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I grew up in a family unusually adventurous for the 1970s, so became used to going to sleep in my own bed then being blearily bundled into the back seat of my dad's Vauxhall Viva, only to wake up in another country.