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Young Powell thought that this was the dreariest evening aspect of the sea he had ever seen.
Why, when I started in, I had the dreariest, deadliest details imaginable.
Young women old in the vices of the commonest and worst life, were expected to profess themselves enthralled by the good child's book, the Adventures of Little Margery, who resided in the village cottage by the mill; severely reproved and morally squashed the miller, when she was five and he was fifty; divided her porridge with singing birds; denied herself a new nankeen bonnet, on the ground that the turnips did not wear nankeen bonnets, neither did the sheep who ate them; who plaited straw and delivered the dreariest orations to all comers, at all sorts of unseasonable times.
Less exciting is the dreariest sport ever created - curling.
The gorgeous yellow blooms are bowl-shaped and hang down from the branches like little bells, brightening up the dreariest winter days.
There are 11 shades to tickle your fancy, but we've been tempted by the pillarbox red - it's sure to brighten up the dreariest of days.
His emphatic header came in added time of one of the dreariest halves of football Goodison has had the misfortune to witness in years.
Even in the dreariest days, a touch of color will brighten up any space.
The reportage is spare but always fascinating and time is found for an ounce or two of social commentary: the pubs Down Under were 'not unlike the dreariest of British Railway waiting rooms.
HERE'S a sensational shot to make the soul soar even on the darkest and dreariest of days.
I've never understood why we are supposed to suddenly change everything about ourselves that we aren't keen on, all at the same time, during the dreariest month of the year.
Tell a story of warm, sunny days at the beach, even during the dreariest April shower.