Definition Of drab
a slovenly woman.
fabric of a dull brownish color.
lacking brightness or interest; drearily dull.
the landscape was drab and gray
of a dull light brown color.
drab camouflage uniforms
Example Of drab
A drab brown little bird, it has a weak but musical song, which doesn't carry far but can be heard from low bushes or hedges.
A great performance by Polanski as the boring, drab office worker who slowly goes insane, and, consequently, sheds his inhibited personality.
A splendid Stalagmite standing 2 to 3 feet high and set apart from the drab brown of the rest of the passage by its white crystalline purity greeted my ascent.
After months in the desert, surrounded by drab camouflage gear, the soldiers smiled broadly at the flight attendants as they boarded the plane.
All of them wore their drab browns with the exception of their red-clad King.