Dreariness [noun]

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She heard the tales about life in the NBA bubble last summer, how thrilling games masked a dreary, nonstop basketball grind and feelings of isolation from the outside world.

Odom, of course, relishes the shot of joy “Hamilton” brought viewers during a dreary 2020.

It’s where Julia Miller, who works for a company that provides payroll services for small businesses, her Google employee husband and their two toddlers, ended up last month when they left Northern California’s dreary weather and fires.

This dreary setup continues through Thursday and clears out Friday with slightly cooler weather into Saturday, before another weather system brings rain Sunday.

The group was composed mostly of mothers, many with children in strollers, standing in the cold and rain on a dreary, gray afternoon in late October.

The regions beyond the church were the same as these: a long-stretched-out moor of flat dreariness.

"The beautiful shines through the dreariness, as it does in the real life people live," he objected, stubbornly.

It was strange, amid the dreariness and stagnation of this place, to think of the jubilations at home.

The dreariness and uncertainty of our situation can hardly be imagined.

The warmth and comfort within are intensified by the dreariness without.