Definition of drably in English:

drably

adverb

  • See drab

    • ‘This time she wasn't dressing as drably as possible.’
    • ‘‘I was terrified that the first episode began so slowly and drably that it would put people off,’ he admits.’
    • ‘The dancers are white-faced and dressed drably in grey and black, with smears on their costumes like chalk.’
    • ‘From the cockpit, we could see rows of drably camouflaged warplanes filling every inch of ramp space.’
    • ‘That headline reads like the title of a Monty Python sketch or an obscure, slightly funny but drably photographed art-house movie.’

Pronunciation

drably

/ˈdrabli/