It was just Mike Royko and his pal, Big Shack, and whatever their bleary musings happened to be that night three years ago.
We convened at the White Horse Tavern, under the glum and bleary eyes of Dylan Thomas, Norman Mailer, and Jack Kerouac.
It was like an electric shock to a group of editors operating in the bleary haze of jet lag, pasta, and fashion overabundance.
Come bleary Friday morning, everyone will be itching to see what paid off for whom.
The bleary eyes were really fastened intently on the girl's bright face, and he hung upon her words.
He was old and bleary, unmistakably dirty too—but he had divined Sidney's romance.
"Yes, Miss," said the stranger, blinking at her with his bleary eyes.
Then I stopped, for the man with the bleary eyes had shut the wicket in my face.
The tube-lights of the mine, strung between small metal poles, winked on like bleary eyes.
I recognised it in spite of the red blotches and the bleary film that hid the eyes.