drublie

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Scots[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old English drōfliċ, probably influenced by obsolete Middle English trouble (adjective). Cognate with English drubly.

Adjective[edit]

drublie (comparative drublier, superlative drubliest)

  1. Disturbed, turbid, cloudy.
    In to thir dark and drublie dayis, / When sable all the heavens arrayis. — William Dunbar, ‘Meditation In Winter’