Definition of Drumly

1. a. Turbid; muddy.



Definition of Drumly

1. Adjective. (obsolete dialect UK Scotland) turbid; muddy ¹

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Definition of Drumly

1. dark and gloomy [adj -LIER, -LIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drumly

drumful
drumfuls
drumhead
drumhead court-martial
drumheads
drumkit
drumkits
drumless
drumlier
drumliest
drumlike
drumlin
drumline
drumlines
drumlins
drumly (current term)
drummed
drummerless
drummers
drummette
drummettes
drumming
drummingly
drummock
drummocks
drummond light
drumroll
drumrolls
drums

Literary usage of Drumly

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1. Harper's Cyclopaedia of British and American Poetry edited by Epes Sargent (1882)
"... loud tempest storming before the mid-day ; I've seen Tweed's silver streams, Shining in the sunny beams, Grow drumly and dark as ho rowed on his way. ..."

2. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1880)
"It was a tempting opportunity, moreover, to air his own erudition, which had been growing somewhat musty of late. ' Noo, you maun understan, Mr. drumly, ..."

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