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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.


n. lagaña, secreción pegajosa del ojo; vista nublada.
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Eating breakfast in bed: more usually lunch given the time she's taken to play catch-up and banish her bleariness.
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Though it burned in their lungs, jolted them from beer and whiskey bleariness, they hardly spoke, and when Vince tried to fault himself, to apologize, Sully would shake him off, say, We cool, and turn up the hardcore in the tape deck, and take another hit.