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blear definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To blur or redden (the eyes).
    • To blur; dim.
    • In order to make significantly aching or watery, since the eyes; to dim, or blur, since the sight. Figuratively: To confuse (emotional or ethical perception); to blind; to hoodwink.
    • To blur or redden (the eyes).
    • To blur; dim.
    • In order to make notably sore or watery, while the eyes; to dim, or blur, while the sight. Figuratively: To obscure (psychological or ethical perception); to blind; to hoodwink.
  • adjective:
    • Bleary.
    • dim, not clear from water or rheum.
    • Dim or sore with water or rheum; -- said of this eyes.
    • Causing or brought on by dimness of sight; dim.
    • exhausted to the point of fatigue
    • Bleary.
    • dim, not clear from liquid or rheum.
    • Dim or sore with water or rheum; -- stated associated with eyes.
    • Causing or due to dimness of sight; dim.
    • tired to the level of fatigue
  • verb:
    • to produce blurred or dim, particularly the eyes.
    • make dim or indistinct
    • to create blurred or dim, especially the eyes.
    • make dim or indistinct
  • others:
    • To influence (the eyes) with streaming tears or rheum so that the picture is dimmed and indistinct; make rheumy and dim: as, “blered her eyes,”
    • To blur, because the face with weeping; obscure; obfuscate.
    • To blear an individual's eyes, figuratively, to deceive; hoodwink; blind.
    • having bleared or inflamed eyes; be blear-eyed.
    • aching or dim from a watery discharge or other trivial love: used only to the eyes.
    • creating dimness of eyesight; blinding.
    • Dim; indistinct; confused in outlines.
    • To thrust (out); protrude: with out.
    • To push out the tongue in mockery.
    • To influence (the eyes) with flowing rips or rheum so that the sight is dimmed and indistinct; make rheumy and dim: as, “blered her eyes,”
    • To blur, as face with weeping; obscure; obfuscate.
    • To blear your eyes, figuratively, to deceive; hoodwink; blind.
    • to own bleared or inflamed eyes; be blear-eyed.
    • Sore or dim from a watery discharge or any other superficial love: applied and then the eyes.
    • manufacturing dimness of sight; blinding.
    • Dim; indistinct; confused in outlines.
    • To push (out); protrude: without.
    • To push from tongue in mockery.
  • noun:
    • a thing that obscures the picture.
    • something which obscures the picture.
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