Having eyes wanting brightness, liveliness, or vivacity.(adjective)
Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)
Use "dull-eyed" in a sentence
"In the late nineteenth century, white travelers in the American west described Indians as dirty, primitive, dull-eyed and listless."
"The woman, Anna, not young, but not as old as she looked, was pale, dull-eyed, her skin waxy."
"Of course, we were shocked by the mass suicide of Jonestown and the brutality and violence of Manson and his so-called "family" and other weird manifestations of mind control, which brought into the popular culture terms such as "deprogramming" and images of dull-eyed young people selling flowers at airports."