to make dim, as with tears or inflammation:
a biting wind that bleared the vision.
(of the eyes) dim from tears.
a blur; cloudiness; dimness:
She was concerned about the recent blear in her vision.
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The Bishop of Cottontown John Trotwood Moore
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(transitive) to make (eyes or sight) dim with or as if with tears; blur
a less common word for bleary
(of the eyes or sight) blurred or dimmed, as from sleep or weariness. indistinct; unclear: The day begins with a bleary view of one’s world. fatigued; worn-out. Contemporary Examples The Stacks: John Schulian’s Classic Profile of Newspaper Columnist Mike Royko John Schulian January 4, 2014 Fire and Forget: After Homecoming, Veterans Collect Stories of War […]
(of the eyes or sight) blurred or dimmed, as from sleep or weariness. indistinct; unclear: The day begins with a bleary view of one’s world. fatigued; worn-out. Historical Examples Mr. Wicker’s Window Carley Dawson Makers Cory Doctorow adjective blearier, bleariest (of eyes or vision) dimmed or blurred, as by tears or tiredness indistinct or unclear […]
noun Alan. born 1946, British playwright, best known for his television series The Boys From the Blackstuff (1983) and GBH (1991) Contemporary Examples Helter Smelter No More: Moving to Conflict Free Minerals Intel June 25, 2014 Historical Examples Scientific American Supplement, No. 286 Various Recollections of Old Liverpool A Nonagenarian
to utter the cry of a sheep, goat, or calf or a sound resembling such a cry. to give forth with or as if with a bleat: He bleated his objections in a helpless rage. to babble; prate. the cry of a sheep, goat, or calf. any similar sound: the bleat of distant horns. foolish, […]