Drab [adjective]

Definition of Drab:

dull, colorless

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Sentence/Example of Drab:

It’s pea soup, after all, typically a metaphor for drab and boring.

As the pandemic has proved, we are adaptable creatures, though I still feel the loss of a landscape rendered drab but predictable by brown earth and gray forest.

Errors are expected—even the world’s best can confuse extremely similar-looking immature gulls or drab flycatchers.

Hops once were considered a drab ingredient, tossed in mainly to preserve the beer, thanks to antibacterial properties of the resins found in hop flowers, which are also called cones.

For Arise, these individual arbitration awards were dribs and drabs compared with the potentially large payouts that could come from a class-action lawsuit.

Today’s Facebook instead gives these groups access to all the same tools to organize as anyone else, and only limits their spread in dribs and drabs over time.

Here began indeed, in the drab surroundings of the workshop, in the silent mystery of the laboratory, the magic of the new age.

At his side was the girl, a slender body in drab, tossing her hat gayly about at the end of its long string.

He was now beyond all ordinary sensations of fear, only a drab feeling as of death—the death of the soul—stirred in his heart.

Wery proud I was in a gold-laced hat, a drab coat and a red weskit, to sit by his side, when he drove.