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Similar Words: dullwitted, dullsvilles, dullsville, dullsome, dulls will, dulls the will, dulls, dullpate, dullnesses

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Word Example of - Dull

Example Sentences for dull

It is as extravagant as Ariosto, and as dull as Wilkie's Epigoniad.

My brain in labour with dull rhyme,Hers teeming with the best!

It was not a request, and not a demand; it was the dull statement of a need.

It was already a heavy thought how dull Deerbrook would be without them.

The dull, yellowish-green leaves are rather thickish and downy, the pods erect.

Mr Rowland went on to say how still and dull the village was.

Pileus: In shape like above, varying in color from bright red to dull, subdued purplish, with a distinct bloom.

She viewed life with a dull apathy and without much understanding.

They all had abundant, curling hair which gleamed like dull gold in the sunshine, that tinted everything.

Then the bound feet swung in the air and fell again with a dull thud.

Word Origin & History of - Dull

    Word Origin & History

    dull M.E., but rare before mid-14c., apparently from O.E. dol "dull-witted, foolish," or from M.L.G. dul "slow-witted," both from P.Gmc. *dulaz. Of color from early 15c.; of pain or other sensations from 1725. Sense of "boring" first recorded 1580s. Dullsville, slang for "town where nothing happens," attested from 1960.

The Definition of - Dull (AV )

    adjective, duller, dullest.
    1.
    not sharp; blunt:
    a dull knife.
    2.
    causing boredom; tedious; uninteresting:
    a dull sermon.
    3.
    not lively or spirited; listless.
    4.
    not bright, intense, or clear; dim:
    a dull day; a dull sound.
    5.
    having very little depth of color; lacking in richness or intensity of color.
    6.
    slow in motion or action; not brisk; sluggish:
    a dull day in the stock market.
    7.
    mentally slow; lacking brightness of mind; somewhat stupid; obtuse.
    8.
    lacking keenness of perception in the senses or feelings; insensible; unfeeling.
    9.
    not intense or acute:
    a dull pain.
    verb (used with or without object)
    10.
    to make or become dull.