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a dull greyish to yellowish or light olive brown

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lacking in liveliness or charm or surprise

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lacking brightness or color

of a light brownish green color

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White vest, Boden; geometric print trousers, Next; peep-toe patent wedges, Dune; gold necklace, New Look; bangle, Accessorize Neon Head to toe, it's more than a little intimidating, but splashes of acid brights can lift even the drabbest outfit.
The drabbest of first halves made for dire viewing, with both sides exhibiting disjointed, unimaginative and lifeless performances.
The thing is, young people can easily shut down when they are told about something in the drabbest of didactic fashions.
Earlier in the day I was saying that it was one of the drabbest test matches I have played.
This morning I was saying this was one of the drabbest matches I've ever played and suddenly it changes round so quickly.
In the morning I was saying this was one of the drabbest matches I've ever played and suddenly it changes round so quickly.
Several businesses have sprung up since the survey, carried out in neighbouring Holland, offering "urban safaris" around some of the city's drabbest "attractions".
The region between Frankfurt-Oder and Dresden was once as grim as the drabbest outpost in the American Rust Belt.
but even in the drabbest parts of town, four-wheel-drives rule the roads.
In the garden, they were under constant surveillance; the smallest stones, the drabbest wildflowers were so many spies in the service of the Lord of Creation and his strange whim: the ban on touching the fruit of the thousands of apple trees planted all over the garden of Eden, in its rich soil.
A former society customer (Donna Davis)--dressed in the plainest, drabbest grays--with great embarrassment returns the silver candlesticks that Wolfgang's mother left in her possession.
To raise troop morale, Christmas trees and decorations will transform even the drabbest military installations into colorful wonderlands.
Bowra, "have her gift of beginning a poem with the most homely and humble words or of using phrases which are consciously trite or commonplace, only to rise to some sudden burst and thereby to show that even in the drabbest conditions there are possibilities of dazzling splendour" (p.
Johnstone is prepared to admit that one of the drabbest buildings, the Carrick stand, is coming down.