Definition of 'drizzly'
Example sentences containing 'drizzly'
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This group were sunburnt and wore the lightest of summer clothes, though it was a cold and drizzly day in London. A MATTER OF CONSCIENCEIt was unseasonably mild for late January and the air was damp and drizzly. HERE BE DRAGONSSo when I awoke on Sunday and noted that we were in for a grey and drizzly day, I felt in no mood to attend the party at the yacht club. DOUBTFUL MOTIVES
Trends of 'drizzly'
Used Rarely. drizzly is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of drizzly from the Collins English Dictionary
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