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Definition of "dullness" [dull•ness]

  • The quality of being slow to understand things. (noun)
  • The quality of being uninteresting. (noun)
  • The lack of visual brilliance. (noun)
  • Bluntness. (noun)

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Use "dullness" in a sentence
  • "And that the dullness of death is gay, compared to thy dullness—"
  • "As Eliot notes, though, this dullness is actually a protection that keeps us from being overwhelmed by the power of the true nature of things."
  • "Blade Runner has some substance, maybe even a lot, but it's so buried in dullness it's tough to dig it out."