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1 It was dull and slightly drizzly as we left.
2 That region is drizzly in winter.
3 The day dawned misty and drizzly so we went to have a look,(www.Sentencedict.com) confident heroics would not be called for.
4 The morning was grey and drizzly and Henry skidded a couple of times as he pedalled along the towpath.
5 A drizzly dusk was settling on the city and the imminence of nightfall had an instantly erosive effect on her confidence.
6 Like Lindbergh, Signs left on a foggy, drizzly morning after heavy rains the night before.
7 Toward evening, there came a drizzly rain.
8 This section of the country is drizzly in the winter.
9 It has been cloudy and drizzly for days on end.
10 The rest of the tour goes by in a gray, drizzly blur.
11 This is where, naively, we set out for a walk on a recent drizzly Sunday.
12 Photo taken inside Cottonwood Canyon (west of the town of Buena Vista, east of Cottonwood Pass) on a fairly dreary and drizzly October day.
13 Whenever I get grim and spleenful, whenever I feel like knocking people's hats off on the street, whenever it's a damp, drizzly November in my soul, then I know it's high time to get to sea again.
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