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  1. dear 1 (dîr) adj. dear·er, dear·est 1. a. Loved and cherished: my dearest friend. b. Greatly valued; precious: lost everything dear to them. 2. Highly esteemed or regarded. Used in direct address, especially in salutations: Dear Lee Dawson. 3. a. High-priced; expensive. b. Charging high prices. 4. Earnest; ardent: "This good man was a dear lover and.
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  3. dearest definition: 1. used when writing to someone you love: 2. used when writing or speaking to someone you love. Learn more.
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  6. (used in the salutation of a letter as an expression of affection or respect or as a conventional greeting): Dear Sir.
  7. drea·ry (drîr′ē) adj. drea·ri·er, drea·ri·est 1. Dismal; bleak. 2. Boring; dull: dreary tasks. [Middle English dreri, bloody, frightened, sad, from Old English drēorig, bloody, sad, from drēor, gore; see dhreu- in Indo-European roots.] drea′ri·ly adv. drea′ri·ness n. dreary (ˈdrɪərɪ) adj, drearier or dreariest 1. sad or dull; dismal.
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