obtusely obtusely


  • (adv) in a stupid manner



  1. He occasionally gives evidence that he writes well enough to go straight, and it would be nicer to have a novel of his that is less obtusely experimental.
  2. He still obtusely sees his past behavior and dreadful judgment as tactical errors.


  • Google and Facebook Get A Thumbs Down From This New Site That Reviews Privacy Policies

    We get asked by web sites all the time to check the box to approve their privacy policies. Do you read them? I didn't think so. They're complicated and dull to read, and change all the time. Who can be bothered? Well, it does matter, because the obtusely written policies set out how companies gather data about us, how they use the information and with whom they share the details.
    on October 28, 2013     Source: Forbes

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