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Definition of "duller" [dull•er]

  • Comparative form of dull: more dull (adjective)
  • One who, or that which, dulls. (noun)

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Use "duller" in a sentence
  • "It was competent and workmanlike but its shopping list of initiatives recalled his duller budgets."
  • "Then there's a kind of duller brilliant writing that you get in Battlestar, where the overarching idea, the plot, the sheer weight and momentum of the story is the thing that excites me."
  • "It's entirely understandable and even maybe adaptive if Far Right Wingers (a la The Bell Curve) adopt arrogant airs (arrogance seems to be a typical dominance display) if their daily routine demands dealing with "duller" sorts."