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Synonyms for bleary

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Synonyms for bleary

tired to the point of exhaustion

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indistinct or hazy in outline

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She later popped into a mate's house in Camden for two hours and emerging bleary eyed and unsteady.
Which left our Which left our Kate to emerge bleary-eyed ate bleary into the street at very nearly 7am.
Just 24 hours earlier, newly single Wills looked bleary emerging from nearby nightspot Mahiki after a boozy farewell party for his brother.
Speaking at a meeting of Craigavon Council before Christmas, Mr Smith objected to plans for a mosque at Cranny Road, Bleary, saying: "The Muslims have a right to worship but this is not the place.
Unless you go in knowing a lot about the music, the Manchester attitude and Wilson's idealistic but ridiculous business plan for his Factory record label, you're not going to learn a whole lot from this bleary docufarce.
7 billion industry, a seal of approval can go a long way, especially when consumers become bleary eyed due to the clutter of choices, Zimmerman said.
If I am a bit bleary eyed at Bradford you'll know why?
OOH me head - a bleary Mark Owen heads for the hills after he and the Take That team knocked back so much champers at their post-Brits bash, they clean forgot to take both their gongs with them.
WASHINGTON - Bleary eyes, jet lag and conflicting missions are all adding up to a raging case of bicoastal disorder for Southern California- based House members and their families.
TAKE ME HOME: Bleary Mark heads for his bed Picture: GREG BRENNAN
The next morning bleary Amy was spotted checking the sports pages of her favourite Mirror - wouldn't hold your breath, love
The movie is tediously obvious from the get-go; about the only element that resembles anything half-remembered upon bleary awakening is the drivel that comes out of the characters' mouths.