Pronunciation of Drab
/d_ɹ_ˈa_b/, /dɹˈab/, /dɹˈab/
Antonyms for drab:
characterful, more giltedged, electrifying, un-restrained, razzledazzles, fabber, most hued, awesome, most screaming, in-tensest, putting the ritz, un-conscionable, hued, be witching, more recherche, swashbuckling, exhilarating, spellbinding, in tense, galvanizing, most first string, most well formed, easy the eyes, over-priced, more froufrou, more five-star, sub-lime, more five star, well formed, easy eyes, birr, de lightful, centerfold, most reflecting, un paralleled, most giltedged, in tenser, prismatic, goodlooking, cheerful, fabbest, hopeful, impressiveness, astounding, giltedged, firststring, garish, flashest, amazing, most magnifico, splendiferous, gussied up, un-real, beguiling, more first string, lovesome, more catchpenny, lustrous, most lovesome, more lulu, un surpassed, tantalizing, out standing, hair-raising, radiant, spotless, tawdry, suspenseful, sub lime, in tensities, de-lightful, invigorating, few drops, multi colored, most frou-frou, surprising, re-splendent, wonderful, lovely, interesting, more reflecting, in-comparable, vibrant, un conscionable, fab, fivestar, showy, un-usual, more wellformed, frou-frou, more picture, more tinsel, in-ordinate, chatoyant, exquisite, beautiful, first class, most chromatic, easy on the eyes, neat, firstrate, more peacocky, brilliant, classy, energizing, in-tensity, shining, splendid, more firststring, most drop dead, Splendrous, wellmade, visible, wondrous, re-fulgent, bright, well made, more screaming, over done, gaudy, fine, dropdead, enlivening, beautest, more frou-frou, impressivenesses, bewitchment, breathtaking, drop-dead, well-formed, most recherche, more burnished, rip-roaring, un reasonable, most prismatic, glamour, spirited, most overpriced, in tensity, razzle dazzles, star quality, more hued, un-balanced, most dropdead, moving, un-reasonable, more lovesome, most picture, florid, few drop, lucid, razzledazzle, most lulu, more pizzazz, in-tense, chromatic, putting ritz, glitziest, immaculate, most five-star, most frou frou, inspiring, top notch, most swashbuckling, razzle dazzle, spectacular, out-standing, more well formed, most firststring, eye-opening, stirring, most knockout, glossy, most centerfold, mesmerizing, more captivating, more drop dead, more centerfold, exciting, touching, beauter, fabulous, putting on the ritz, flashy, Magnifico, gilt-edged, good looking, most burnished, extravagant, achromatic, solid gold, most characterful, in comparable, more splendrous, happy, un-surpassed, more splendiferous, most splendiferous, putting on ritz, chic, most spendthrift, most chatoyant, neutral, more magnifico, glitzy, ravishment, most drop-dead, most captivating, screaming, be-witching, rich, kitschiest, un-paralleled, five-star, peacocky, wellformed, top-pest, colored, most well-formed, most peacocky, un usual, pure, dashing, more swashbuckling, most froufrou, kitschier, encouraging, more first-string, birrs, fearless, astonishing, over priced, most first-string, luminous, first rate, multi-colored, Froufrou, fascinating, lively, beaut, thrilling, more frou frou, most tinsel, dis criminating, more prismatic, first-string, lulu, in-tensities, fashionable, motley, kitschy, marvelous, uplifting, colorful, stimulating, most five star, razzle-dazzles, star qualities, dis-criminating, more knockout, overpriced, firstclass, clean, interested, gorgeous, dash, more fivestar, vivid, more glittery, most pizzazz, re fined, most catchpenny, more chatoyant, ravishments, most gilt edged, over-wrought, rousing, provocative, modern, more spendthrift, more drop-dead, light, more chromatic, razzle-dazzle, glittery, dreamest, tinsel, catchpenny, colourful, inspired, recherche, most fivestar, most splendrous, bewitchments, sensational, illuminated, animating, most wellformed, in-tenser.
Usage examples for drab:
- Humanity is no more drab than the flowers of the field, except in terms of the million. - "A Top-Floor Idyl", George van Schaick.
- He led the way into a drab- walled, official- looking apartment, curiously suggestive of the lesser and meaner forms of crime, and pointed to a chair. - "In the Mayor's Parlour", J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher.
- His coat was a kind of dark velveteen which had probably seen better days in the Squireâ€™ s family; so had the long drab waistcoat. - "The Humourous Story of Farmer Bumpkin's Lawsuit", Richard Harris.