drumly

drumly

[druhm-lee; Scot. droom-lee]
adjective, drumlier, drumliest. Scot.
troubled; gloomy.

Origin:
1505–15; nasalized variant of Middle English drublie, droblie, Old English drōflīc, equivalent to drōf turbid, troubled (cognate with German trüb) + -līc -ly

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