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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And we all stagger blearily into the foyer to collect our buggies, have our photos taken and spend PS50 at the souvenir stand.
Once again in Nice, we played the first quarter of an hour like someone getting up in the morning and blearily rubbing the sleep from his eyes.
As Bennett gazes blearily into the distance, a wondrous vision appears.
En route, I blearily note that even the guidebooks can find little to say about this "unappealing city".
Sitting up, Issie switched on the lamp and squinted blearily at the clock.
Sheng and western instruments blearily remember a boozy night out, coalescing in tone and texture, there are lively incidents along the way, and an extended solo cadenza eventually finds the Sheng joined by ritualistic untuned drums, resonant of the composer's Korean homeland.
'Blearily, he sat himself down behind the counter, ...
Fresh as a daisy when my alarm went off at about 2.30am, I considered selling all my gear but with enough coffee, I was blearily on the road, car packed.
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.
The miners lined the counter while I and Terry, my British assistant, stood blearily behind them.
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.