drab

[adj] - lacking in liveliness or charm or surprise 2. [adj] - lacking brightness or color
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Drab

archaic or obsolete terms > General: A derogatory term, harlot, strumpet, whore.
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Drab

Drab noun [ Anglo-Saxon drabbe dregs, lees; akin to Dutch drab , drabbe , dregs, German treber ; for sense 1, confer also Gael. drabag a slattern, drabach slovenly. Confer Draff .] 1. A low, sluttish woman. King. 2. A lewd we...
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Drab

Drab intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Drabbed ; present participle & verbal noun Drabbing .] To associate with strumpets; to wench. Beau. & Fl.
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Drab

Drab adjective Of a color between gray and brown. -- noun A drab color.
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drab

dreary adjective lacking in liveliness or charm or surprise; `her drab personality`; `life was drab compared with the more exciting life style overseas`; `a series of dreary dinner parties`
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Drab

• (n.) A drab color. • (n.) A dull brownish yellow or dull gray color. • (n.) A kind of thick woolen cloth of a dun, or dull brownish yellow, or dull gray, color; -- called also drabcloth. • (n.) A lewd wench; a strumpet. • (a.) Of a color between gray and brown. • (n.) A low, sluttish woman. • (n.) A wooden box, ...
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Drab

[color] Drab is a dull light-brown color. It originally took its name from a fabric of the same color, made of undyed homespun wool. Drabs were clothes, especially trousers, made of this fabric. The word was first used in English in the mid-16th century. It probably originated from the old French word drap, which meant cloth. The word gradu...
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