Definition of dreggy in English:



See dregs

  • ‘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?’
  • ‘The principle of making wine by distillation is to continuously heat the dreggy wine to its boiling point so as to evaporate the alcoholic ingredient.’