Definition of 'dreariest'
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Her working hours were long and as she was the lowest in the hierarchy about the farm, she had all the dreariest and most filthy tasks.DISPLACED PERSON
Rigid, narrow-minded and dull, she walked all her days veiled in the dreariest garb of propriety and respectability.THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING
Then it was on to the next Prime Minister, the next President, and then back in history to that dreariest of topics, the Kennedy family.DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE
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