Drab – meaning of the word and examples

Boring, especially in appearance; having little colour and excitement. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Slattern. (Merriam – Webster)

Prostitute. (Merriam – Webster)

If you describe something as drab, you think that it is dull and boring to look at or experience. (Collins Dictionary)

Lacking brightness or interest; drearily dull. (Oxford Dictionaries)


Drab Majesty – The Foyer.



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