- n the quality of being slow to understand
- n the quality of lacking interestingness
the stories were of a dullness to bring a buffalo to its knees
- n a lack of visual brightness
the brightness of the orange sky was reflected in the dullness of the orange sea
- n lack of sensibility
there was a dullness in his heart
without him the dullness of her life crept into her work no matter how she tried to compartmentalize it.
- n without sharpness or clearness of edge or point
the dullness of the pencil made his writing illegible
- The day is long past when the IQ was revered as some sort of magic number, affixed during childhood as an indelible, immutable badge of mental prowess or dullness.
- Having a range of sexual positions is not only a perfect antidote to the encroaching dullness of routine, but it allows you to decide what style of lovemaking you're in the mood .
- The very name HUD says dullness, dullness, dullness.
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- Goldstar's Jim McCarthy on why live is better
Jim McCarthy doesn't just think it's fun to go out and see a play or a comedy show or a basketball game. He thinks it actually makes you a better person. "It drives the dullness out of your life and ...
June 19, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! Finance
- Kristen Schaal in Los Angeles Times
I'd perform for them while they ate their hay. They kind of have the same look of expectancy and dullness that an audience has, so it was perfect,Schaal says. "I could perform for anyone after that."
- Samuel Johnson in Bainbridge Island Review
Samuel Johnson described a legendary bore: "He is not only dull himself, he is the cause of dullness in others."