drab

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A fabric, usually of thick wool or cotton, having a drab blee or colour
A lewd wench; a strumpet; a prostitute
A wooden box, used in salt works for holding the salt when taken out of the boiling pans
Dull, uninteresting, particularly of colour
A slut (clarification of this English definition is being sought)
{n} a dirty woman, a thick woolen cloth
A drab color
{i} prostitute, hooker; woman who is dirty and unkempt
a slut
A lewd wench; a strumpet
A dull brownish yellow or dull gray color
lacking brightness or color; dull; "drab faded curtains"; "sober Puritan gray"; "children in somber brown clothes" 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
A low, sluttish woman
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
lacking brightness or color; dull; "drab faded curtains"; "sober Puritan gray"; "children in somber brown clothes"
A kind of thick woolen cloth of a dun, or dull brownish yellow, or dull gray, color; called also drabcloth
{s} dull, dreary, cheerless, dismal
Of a color between gray and brown
If you describe something as drab, you think that it is dull and boring to look at or experience. his drab little office = dreary + drabness drab·ness the dusty drabness of nearby villages. see also dribs and drabs. A negligible amount: finished the work in dribs and drabs
To associate with strumpets; to wench
depressing in character or appearance; "drove through dingy streets"; "the dismal prison twilight"- Charles Dickens; "drab old buildings"; "a dreary mining town"; "gloomy tenements"; "sorry routine that follows on the heels of death"- B A Williams
olive drab
A greyish green colour, like that of a ripe green olive

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olive drab
Of a greyish green colour, like that of a ripe green olive
olive drab
Cloth of an olive drab colour, used often for military uniforms
drabber
One who associates with drabs; a wencher
drabber
comparative of drab
drabbest
superlative of drab
drably
in a drab manner; "she dresses drably
drably
monotonously, cheerlessly, drearily
drably
In a drab manner
drabness
{i} dreariness, dullness
drabness
The characteristic of being drab
drabness
lacking stylishness or neatness
drabs
plural of drab
olive drab
shade of green work by soldiers
olive drab
a grayish olive or dark olive gray
olive drab
military uniform of the United States army; made from cloth of a dull olive color
olive drab
a cloth of an olive-brown color used for military uniforms
olive drab
a cloth of an olive-brown color used for military uniforms military uniform of the United States army; made from cloth of a dull olive color a grayish olive or dark olive gray
olive-drab
of a brownish green color
drab

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    bright, colorful, inspired

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    [ 'drab ] (noun.) circa 1515. Middle English (“color of undyed cloth”), from Middle French drap (“cloth”), from Late Latin drappus (“drabcloth, kerchief”) (6th century, Vita Caesaris Arelatis)Jean-Paul Savignac, Dictionnaire français-gaulois, s.v. "drap" (Paris: la Différence, 2004), 123., from Gaulish *drappo,Robert K. Barnhart, ed., Chambers Dictionary of Etymology, s.v. "drab" (NY: Chambers Harrap Publishers Ltd., 2003). from Proto-Indo-European *drep- (“to scratch, tear”) (compare Old Norse trof (“fringes”), trefja (“to rub, wear out”), Lithuanian drãpanos (“household linens”), Serbo-Croatian drápati (“to scratch, scrape”), Ancient Greek δρέπω (drépein, “to pluck”), Avestan drafša (“flag, banner”), Sanskrit द्रापि (drāpí, “mantle, gown”)).Xavier Delamarre, Dictionnaire de la langue gauloise : une approche linguistique du vieux-celtique continental, s.v. "drappo" (Paris: Errance, 2001).

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