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  • r  without liveliness
    she nodded her head dully
  • r  without luster or shine
    the light shone dully through the haze
    unpolished buttons glinted dully

  • Oblivious to the causes of her plight, Alina sits at the edge of the entrance to her hole, staring dully at the Gara du Nord passersby.
  • On the Missouri nearsighted little men in anachronistic top hats and clawhammer coats dully accepted defeat.
  • Au Bon March, the city's biggest department store, put on a bitter window display: at a table sat a cadaverous old man, muffled against the winter and staring dully at his rations.
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  • Roger Moore in Contactmusic.com
    Likewise Roger Moore writes in the Orlando Sentinel: "Where Cloverfield felt 'real,' with its amateur camera work and unedited, un-narrated narrative of a monster attack on New York, Diary is a slapdash, dully narrated, badly acted attempt at...
  • Susan Hill in Telegraph.co.uk
    Susan Hill, whose books are featured in GCSE and A-level syllabuses, said they were taught "so badly, so dully and so mechanically" to pass exams.
  • Walter Freeman in NPR
    On Nov. 30, 1960, Freeman wrote: "Mrs. Dully came in for a talk about Howard. Things have gotten much worse and she can barely endure it. I explained to Mrs. Dully that the family should consider the possibility of changing Howard's personality by...

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