Definition of dregs in English:

dregs

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Pronunciation: /drɛgz
 
/

noun

Derivatives

dreggy

adjective
More example sentences
  • From her point of view, Maya could see that Jenny had lost the lively glow of tan on her skin and now looked dull and dreggy.
  • This kind of stuff can happen, and even then quite rarely, on the dreggy squads of the league.
  • Is our society so dreggy?

Origin

Middle English: probably of Scandinavian origin and related to Swedish drägg (plural).

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