Scottish word, meaning miserable cold gloomy weather.
It's a dreich day ootside
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derived from gaelic Originally meant 'drawn out' ie, long lasting,persistantly bad.
as applied to the above statement the weather is dreich
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dreich a scottish word meaning cold and raining out side
mad - look outside it's really dreich
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It's a word only used in Scotland to describe a day that's gloomy and gray.
It's a wee bit Dreich outside today.
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A combination of dull, overcast, drizzly, cold, misty and miserable weather. At least 4 of the above adjectives must apply before the weather is truly dreich
it was a dreich day
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1. Scottish word describing cold and foggy weather.

2. Short for "Atmospheric Dark Ambient Necrocosmic Dreich Blackened Black Metal". Used to describe the music genre of the band Celestial Slumber. Often misspelled as "dricht". Anyone else using it to describe their music is a carbon-based poser.
1. "Sadly, the weather is pretty dreich today"

2. Poser: "You've listened to the new Mare Cognitum album? It's pretty dreich."

Trve Kvlt Elitist: "Only Celestial Slumber are dricht (sic), get your facts straight!"
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