Common misspellings for dull

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Definitions of dull

  1.   become less interesting or attractive
  2.   To render dim or obscure; to sully; to tarnish.
  3.   not having a sharp edge or point; " the knife was too dull to be of any use"
  4.   To make dull; to stupefy; to blunt; to tarnish.
  5.   Not keen in edge or point; lacking sharpness; blunt.
  6.   not clear and resonant; sounding as if striking with or against something relatively soft; " the dull thud"; " thudding bullets"
  7.   not clear and resonant; sounding as if striking with or against something relatively soft; " the dull thud"; " thudding bullets"; " thumping feet on the carpeted stairs"
  8.   emitting or reflecting very little light; " a dull glow"; " dull silver badly in need of a polish"; " a dull sky"
  9.   being or made softer or less loud or clear; " the dull boom of distant breaking waves"; " muffled drums"; " the muffled noises of the street"; " muted trumpets"
  10.   To deprive of liveliness or activity; to render heavy; to make inert; to depress; to weary; to sadden.
  11.   become dull or lusterless in appearance; lose shine or brightness; " the varnished table top dulled with time"
  12.   lacking in liveliness or animation; " he was so dull at parties"; " a dull political campaign"; " a large dull impassive man"; " dull days with nothing to do"; " how dull and dreary the world is"; " fell back into one of her dull moods"
  13.   To make or become dull.
  14.   make dull in appearance; " Age had dulled the surface"
  15.   Stupid; doltish; slow of hearing, seeing, understanding, or learning; without life or spirit; slow of motion; sleepy; drowsy; sad; depressing; dreary; insensible; cheerless; not clear; tarnished; not briskly burning; dim; obseure; blunt; obtuse; cloudy; being without wind.
  16.   Dully, dulness, dullness.
  17.   To take away the sharpness of; make stupid or heavy; tarnish.
  18.   darkened with overcast; " a dark day"; " a dull sky"; " a gray rainy afternoon"; " gray clouds"; " the sky was leaden and thick"
  19.   To make dull, stupid, or sluggish; to stupefy, as the senses, the feelings, the perceptions, and the like.
  20.   ( of color) very low in saturation; highly diluted; " dull greens and blues"
  21.   To deprive of sharpness of edge or point.
  22.   Slow in action; sluggish; unready; awkward.
  23.   Furnishing little delight, spirit, or variety; uninteresting; tedious; cheerless; gloomy; melancholy; depressing; as, a dull story or sermon; a dull occupation or period; hence, cloudy; overcast; as, a dull day.
  24.   To make dull or stupid; to blunt; to depress; to make insensible or slow to perceive; to make heavy or slow of motion; to sully; to tarnish or cloud.
  25.   deaden ( a sound or noise), esp. by wrapping
  26.   To become stupid; become dull or blunt; lose brightness.
  27.   blunted in responsiveness or sensibility; " a dull gaze"; " so exhausted she was dull to what went on about her"- Willa Cather
  28.   To make dull: to make stupid: to blunt: to damp: to cloud.
  29.   To become dull or stupid.
  30.   deaden ( a sound or noise), especially by wrapping
  31.   Slow of understanding; wanting readiness of apprehension; stupid; doltish; blockish.
  32.   Slow of understanding or action; stupid; without sensibility; not bright or clear to the eye; blunt; not brisk or active; wearisome; cloudy.
  33.   Not bright or clear to the eye; wanting in liveliness of color or luster; not vivid; obscure; dim; as, a dull fire or lamp; a dull red or yellow; a dull mirror.
  35.   Not sharp or acute, in any sense; noting a surgical instrument, the action of the mind, pain, a sound, especially the percussion note, etc.
  36.   DULLY.
  37.   Heavy; gross; cloggy; insensible; spiritless; lifeless; inert.
  38.   Not sharp, keen, bright, or acute; blunt; sluggish; wearisome; sad; dismal; obscure; dim.
  39.   Stupid; slow; spiritless; dim; blunt.
  40.   The primary idea is a stoppage of the faculties or powers proper to the subject; without spirit; not cheerful; stupid; slow of understanding; slow of hearing; slow to learn; not bright or clear; dim; obscure; blunt; cloudy.
  41.   make less lively or vigorous; " Middle age dulled her appetite for travel"
  42.   make numb or insensitive; " The shock numbed her senses"
  43.   Dulness.
  44.   Slow of hearing, of learning, or of understanding: insensible: without life or spirit: slow of motion: drowsy: sleepy: sad: downcast: cheerless: not bright or clear: cloudy: dim, obscure: obtuse: blunt:-( comm.) little in demand.
  45.   make dull or blunt; " Too much cutting dulls the knife's edge"
  46.   To become dull.
  47.   so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness; " a boring evening with uninteresting people"; " the deadening effect of some routine tasks"; " a dull play"; " his competent but dull performance"; " a ho- hum speaker who couldn't capture their attention"; " what an irksome task the writing of long letters is"- Edmund Burke; " tedious days on the train"; " the tiresome chirping of a cricket"- Mark Twain; " other people's dreams are dreadfully wearisome"
  48.   not keenly felt; " a dull throbbing"; " dull pain"
  49.   Insensible; unfeeling.
  50.   ( of business) not active or brisk; " business is dull ( or slow)"; " a sluggish market"

Antonyms for dull

colored, aerial, jolly, apt, mirthful, wondrous, lurid, enchanting, jagged, keen-sighted, aglow, luminous, racy, discriminating, judicious, slick, ardent, multicolored, scintillant, pungent, opalescent, restless, silken, kaleidoscopic, moving, snappy, bright, cheering, burbling, knowledgeable, showy, filter, assiduous, delicate, Overloud, warm, mind-boggling, engrossing, savvy, electrifying, exciting, reverberate, mind-blowing, needlelike, sunshiny, enkindle, living, bright as a new penny, enlivening, jump-start, ingenious, trained, live, spike, astounding, reecho, cheerful, careful, touching, sharp, shrewd, delectable, Gemmy, pointed, stentorian, vigorous, gifted, spiny, dark, cheery, chromatic, enthralling, stained, knifelike, insightful, alive, effervescent, agreeable, rich, working, speedy, animated, effulgent, earsplitting, splendid, Lightened, fetching, agleam, exceptional, harsh, garble, fulgent, obstreperous, forcible, glad, airy, various, lambent, invigorate, thunderous, buoyant, rip-roaring, deep, heavenly, eye-opening, riveting, silvern, wide-awake, irradiate, blithesome, polychromatic, shimmering, dreamy, glimmery, prudent, entertaining, shimmery, scratching, spirited, beadlike, consuming, stimulate, staggering, creative, galvanic, astute, glittering, variegated, lancinating, savory, energizing, literate, vigilant, sublime, cautious, gratifying, peppery, resplendent, pleasurable, deafening, resounding, delightful, portentous, Delightsome, mettlesome, jovial, illuminate, sensible, enjoyable, resourceful, flavorous, glimmering, cutting, opaline, heady, grating, purify, invigorating, perspicacious, sprightly, raucous, carnassial, gushing, glistening, rainbow, pleasant, happy, seductive, breezy, ready, piercing, bouncing, Involving, tantalizing, Rubbed, gauzelike, occupied, scholarly, ignite, peppy, sheeny, mesmerizing, tinged, charming, grateful, brilliant, spicy, spanking, busy, sunny, stabbing, bubbly, piquant, kicky, sparkly, energize, resound, strident, amp, garish, absorbing, blessed, amusing, bubbling, lucent, Bedazzling, buttonlike, innovative, booming, laborious, existent, animate, glittery, electric, arresting, fulgurating, light, cobwebby, astonishing, canny, edgy, radiant, interesting, dexterous, lively, blithe, Gossamery, buffed, loud, nimble, kindle, ethereal, pointy, lustrous, glaring, alert, breathtaking, nice, vociferous, clarify, inflame, spikelike, Brightened, colorful, supersmart, sage, silklike, silky, polished, hard-boiled, laughing, smart, blaring, diverting, foxy, diaphanous, kinetic, acute, stupendous, red-blooded, galvanizing, vivid, watchful, jocular, fabulous, pretty, amazing, percipient, captivating, palatable, canty, frolicsome, mobile, bathe, roaring, prodigious, perky, knowing, winsome, suspenseful, marvelous, slippery, dazzling, hair-raising, penetrative, clamorous, entrancing, inventive, sharpen, mind-bending, reasoning, transparent, glazed, awesome, elfin, talented, thrilling, Luring, wonderful, illumine, thundering, vital, darling, surprising, sedulous, expeditious, animating, refulgent, sleepless, painted, sparkling, burnished, prickly, gaudy, stirring, intriguing, squealing, varied, splashy, quick-witted, erudite, existing, ground, iridescent, learned, varnished, enliven, dyed, resonate, artful, shining, sagacious, sleek, gossamer, distill, penetrating, clear-sighted, educated, sound, spry, schooled, fascinating, attractive, strop, clear-eyed, hone, well-read, beguiling, appealing, razor-sharp, spellbinding, swift, gingery, clarion, twinkling, nacreous, agile, varicolored, highbrow, glinting, keen, gleeful, Whetted, illume, spunky, illumined, stimulating, sane, prismatic, sonorous, fine, satin, skilled, pure, sheer, ultrasmart, Self-luminous, jocund, shellacked, jaunty, magnetic, cloudless, jocose, lancinate, whet, sensitive, illuminated, thinking, lit, joyous, glossy, edged, on the alert, wily, scintillating, festive, intense, awful, beady, lucid, pleasing, engaging, sunlit, sharpened, beaming, luscious, quick, bouncy, engaged, diligent, filmy, jazzy, awake, wakeful, energetic, clear, pearlescent, silver, dynamic, fulgid, gleaming, vivacious, sapient, Attracting, clangorous, ringing, Lacerating, wary, clever, Dinning, salt, motley, trenchant, rousing, spiked, bustling, pizzazzy, valid, intellectual, incisive, tied up, vivify, springy, pert, noisy, incandescent, jabbing, juice up, discerning, frisky, plangent, Sparky, gripping, intelligent, crafty, hyperintelligent, sweet, shiny, flashy, gauzy, noctilucent, aglitter, brazen, polychrome, tipped, exhilarative, crashing, Hopping, saturated, gladsome, Sharp-witted, Spired, skilful, nitid, fun, brisk, prepared, logical, industrious, Emblaze, breathing, welcome, cerebral, multihued, exhilarating, cunning, upbeat, circumspect, employed, flush, robust, blasting, bewitching, miraculous, reverberant, hardheaded, fiery, beamy, congenial, salty, dulcet, stunning, Stropped, glowing, Lacquered, reasonable, brainy, spiky, provocative, candescent, expert, charismatic, chipper, tinted, heart-stopping, active, quicken, blinding, perceptive, zippy, rational, effusive, delicious, hardworking, liven, good, see through, frothy, charged, vibrant, glary, supple, silvery, alluring, intoxicating, coruscant, officious, subtle, fast, poignant, glistering, tasty, sensational, blazing, buttony, burbly, glamorous, discordant, shrill, merry, prompt, satiny, felicitous, zingy, wise, Honed, vitalize, spectacular, adroit, Eupeptic, satisfying, zesty, inspiring, informed, lusty.

Quotes of dull

  1. Anger makes dull men witty, but it keeps them poor. – Francis Bacon
  2. I am writing a book about the Crusades so dull that I can scarcely write it. – Hilaire Belloc
  3. With dates I like to cater a girl. We do whatever she likes. If she was open to what I wanted to do, it probably wouldn't be a dull date, because I am a jock. – Chris Brown
  4. If human beings are perceived as potentials rather than problems, as possessing strengths instead of weaknesses, as unlimited rather that dull and unresponsive, then they thrive and grow to their capabilities. – Barbara Bush
  5. And though I might have learnt more wit and advanced my understanding by living in a Court, yet being dull fearful and bashful, I neither heeded what was said or practised, but just what belonged to my loyal duty and my own honest reputation. – Margaret Cavendish
  6. I never was on the dull tame shore, But I loved the great sea more and more. – Barry Cornwall
  7. When you are doing a show, it can get really dull You are sitting so long while they set up the lights, then you say a couple of lines, then they tear down the lights again. At least stunts are something that uses your physical energy a great deal. – Yvonne Craig
  8. Too many church services start at eleven sharp and end at twelve dull – Vance Havner
  9. What is drama but life with the dull bits cut out. – Alfred Hitchcock
  10. The dull and stupid have a much easier time of it. – William Kapell
  11. The duty of a toastmaster is to be so dull that the succeeding speakers will appear brilliant by contrast. – Clarence Budington Kelland
  12. Reading a novel in which all characters illustrate patience, hard work, chastity, and delayed gratification could be a pretty dull experience. – Thomas Perry
  13. England was incredibly dull and everything exciting seemed to be in America. – Gerald Scarfe
  14. Philadelphia merely seems dull because it's next to exciting Camden, New Jersey. – Robert Anton Wilson

Usage examples for dull

  1. “ Heartwood dull brown, sapwood lighter brown. ” – Seasoning of Wood by Joseph B. Wagner
  2. We have plenty of room and have been rather dull lately. ” – For the Allinson Honor by Harold Bindloss
  3. He could see nothing, and his ears seemed filled with a dull throbbing, but in spite of this he could hear the faintest of rustlings on two sides of the tent at once, and knew that, because no white man could move in such a manner, his dusky enemies were coming. ” – The League of the Leopard by Harold Bindloss
  4. It gets mighty dull in the desert when you're not moving. ” – The Weavers, Complete by Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 14, 2009
  5. “ He's a dull man- Farmer Bollens is- he always was. ” – Desperate Remedies by Thomas Hardy
  6. “ I was so dull – Mr. Marx's Secret by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  7. I'm afraid I'm a dull companion to- night. ” – A Prairie Courtship by Harold Bindloss
  8. You will think me dull – Betty Zane by Zane Grey
  9. “ Clara has found the evening dreadfully dull – The Marrow of Tradition by Charles W. Chesnutt
  10. “ " Oh no- it is very dull all that. ” – A Tale of a Lonely Parish by F. Marion Crawford
  11. “ " Nothing," he answered, his voice gone dull now. ” – The House of Toys by Henry Russell Miller
  12. Then it's something very grave and dull I know, she remarked; for that is the way people always begin. ” – The Garies and Their Friends by Frank J. Webb
  13. “ " I've been very dull but so has Jake," Jim declared. ” – Partners of the Out-Trail by Harold Bindloss
  14. It seemed very dull and lonely, and he longed to meet somebody, never mind who it was. ” – The Little Clown by Thomas Cobb
  15. It is dull for you to be here all alone. ” – East Lynne by Mrs. Henry Wood
  16. Patience, lying there lonely and dull with her night- light, turned her eyes on Hester. ” – Mrs. Halliburton's Troubles by Mrs. Henry Wood
  17. It was so very dull at Ashland though she was making money. ” – Furze the Cruel by John Trevena
  18. Party dull and very quiet. ” – That Affair Next Door by Anna Katharine Green
  19. She was pale and her eyes were dull – Mary Rose of Mifflin by Frances R. Sterrett

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