Glasses damp with moisture created a bleariness she liked. From Wordnik.com. [Possum Woman] Reference
Through the bleariness he detected a glow against the hills, a hint of light. From Wordnik.com. [Genellan- Planetfall]
You really captured that bleariness of the newborn stage really well in this post. From Wordnik.com. [Endymion’s Sleep | Her Bad Mother] Reference
The fellow peered back at him with faded eyes touched with the bleariness of drink. From Wordnik.com. [Conan and the Emerald Lotus]
Nearly a solid week of fogginess, bleariness, incoherency, and bone-cracking yawns. From Wordnik.com. [2/26/07: I'm back. Sort of.] Reference
For the twelve hours that the power lasted in him, the bleariness of his life was erased. From Wordnik.com. [Artichoke] Reference
Almost from the moment the caffeine-heavy energy drink Red Bull was introduced in the late 1980s, it was mixed with alcohol by revelers intent on bleariness without weariness. From Wordnik.com. [Frank Bruni Ingests Four Loko So You Don't Have To] Reference
Cecil's eyes had a glazed, liquid look, but I had luckily asked my question at exactly the right moment, in the loquacious half-hour between the silent bleariness of the afternoon's liquor and his disappearance to tank up for the night. From Wordnik.com. [For Kicks]
Wiping what little bleariness from my eyes three short hours of sleep had accumulated -- and the considerable rest that allergies had added, I ran outside and scoured everywhere in a half-mile radius by foot and car with my her in search of him. From Wordnik.com. [bard Diary Entry] Reference
A bleary-eyed Vince Vitrano (OK, maybe I just imagined the bleariness) signed on at 4 a.m. From Wordnik.com. [OnMilwaukee.com] Reference
My faculties of perception—so acute under ordinary circumstances—had been reduced to a state of such alcohol-induced bleariness that I was able to form only a vague and general impression of my surroundings: of the heavy, sombre tapestries—the dark, massive furnishings—the phantasmagoric armorial trophies—and the atmosphere of stern, deep, and irredeemable gloom that hung over and pervaded all. From Wordnik.com. [Nevermore] Reference
My eyeballs haven’t changed much, except for a slightly-less-thin veneer of bleariness early in the morning, in the last thirty years, but now I must go and submit myself to the ministrations of a specialist every twelve months or so. From Wordnik.com. [dustbury.com » Dilated to hear it] Reference
@Joely: In my early morning wake up bleariness I read your name as “Joe Black”. From Wordnik.com. [TweetDeck: Stacking Your Deck with New Tools] Reference
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