depressing in character or appearance; "drove through dingy streets"; "the dismal prison twilight"- Charles Dickens; "drab old buildings"; "a dreary mining town"; "gloomy tenements"; "sorry routine that follows on the heels of death"- B.A.Williams
Means DRessed As Boy, referring to [what is currently considered as male] clothes or in [male,s] clothes, used mainly by gender benders and cross-dressers of both directions. Not used as frequently as the word drag. DRAG: Originally used (1) in Shakespeare,s Globe Theater to mean DRessed As Girl, referring to male actors (there were no actresses) playing female roles. Now (2) mainly used by gender benders and cross-dressers of both directions to mean women,s clothes or in women,s clothes. Also (3) refers to any specialized type of clothing as in, "my father walked in in full military drag.