1. make dull in appearance;
2. become dull or lusterless in appearance; lose shine or brightness;
3. deaden (a sound or noise), especially by wrapping
4. make numb or insensitive;
5. make dull or blunt;
6. become less interesting or attractive
7. make less lively or vigorous;
1. lacking in liveliness or animation;
2. emitting or reflecting very little light;
3. being or made softer or less loud or clear;
4. so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness;
5. (of color) very low in saturation; highly diluted;
6. not keenly felt;
7. slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity;
8. (of business) not active or brisk;
9. not having a sharp edge or point;
10. blunted in responsiveness or sensibility;
11. not clear and resonant; sounding as if striking with or against something relatively soft;
12. darkened with overcast;
These houses look exactly like each other, which makes the street look very dull.
His parents were dull and inarticulate.
Yesterday's programme was rather dull.
Perhaps his nerve is naturally too dull to admit of any excitation.
The room is dull.
The party was so dull that It'switched him off.
Robots can relieve people of dull and repetitive work.
The knife is dull.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
There was a dull red glow in the night sky above the steelworks.
His accident with the microphone brought some welcome comic relief to a very dull party.
I dare say you're dull at home.
His words provided some comic relief in what was really a dull speech.
She found the hospital routine slightly dull.
The sky was dull, with a foreboding of rain.
I feel a dull ache in the shoulder.
After a dull start , It'should brighten up later.
Life won't be dull!
The long whining whistle of a shell was followed by the dull boom of the explosion.
The evidence was read out to the court in a dull monotone.
Broadcast news was accurate and reliable but deadly dull.
The audience was dull and very provincial.
I realized with a kind of dull shock that I didn't recognize a single name.
It is the picture itself that is the problem; so small, so dull. It's a nothing, really.
A residue can build up on the hair shaft, leaving the hair limp and dull looking.
The coffin closed with a dull thud.
The pain, usually a dull ache, gets worse with exercise.
The body's natural rhythms mean we all feel dull and sleepy between 1 and 3pm.
(as) dull as dishwater (或 ditchwater)
dull the edge of
cause to be less keenly felt; reduce the intensity or effectiveness of
she'd have to find something to dull the edges of the pain.
dull, tedious, monotonous, dreary
foolish, silly, stupid, simple, dull
gray literal dead dense thick inactive colorless cheerless vivid bloodless boring deadly dry discolor darken slow backward damp sluggish simple dingy sleepy keen black numb stupid arid stuffy obtuse muffle dreary languid muddy sharp fishy white blunt glassy dampen vegetable dumb fade practical alleviate silence flat bright uninteresting wooden opaque dim
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