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not physically sharp or keen

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to make or become less sharp-edged

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to render less sensitive

Synonyms for blunt

make less intense

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make numb or insensitive

make dull or blunt

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make less sharp

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make less lively, intense, or vigorous

having a broad or rounded end

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used of a knife or other blade

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characterized by directness in manner or speech

devoid of any qualifications or disguise or adornment

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BLUNT WAS SIX CREDITS AWAY FROM being awarded a master's degree in 1999 from Temple University.
Blunt represents a small pool of African American critical care nurses--fewer than 4%, according to the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses in Aliso Viejo, California.
Cigarette smoking, already known as a heart-disease villain, may also blunt the perception of pain, preventing smokers from noticing potential warning signs of an impending injury.
While no devices were mentioned by name in the story, the internal blunt technology featured was the Bio-Plexus Punctur-Guard blood collection needle.
Blunt, a native of Worcester, had lived in Shrewsbury since 1948.
Blunt received 35 awards for his work, including three keys to the City of Worcester, and in 1984, was named "Man of the Year" by the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles Police Association.
Blunts homosexuality involved the life-long abuse of intellectual and social inferiors, picked up and swiftly discarded once the rough-trade encounter was over.
There is something hilarious about Blunts adoption of Soviet realism, his inability to know what to think about Picasso and modernism, or his admiration of hack artists of the day, like the justly forgotten Peter Peri.
He is survived by three sons: Rockie Blunt of West Boylston, Randie A.
Blunt was a mine and booby trap technician with the 84th "Railsplitter" Infantry Division in France, Holland, Belgium and Germany.
Despite being a tiny, sort of junky contraption in a sea of dog crap, Hellbow, as it was known, was in all the magazines and the pros flocked to it to learn hot new moves like the ollie blunt and the feeble spine transfer.
Firefighters praised Richard Allsup for his bravery in rescuing Michael Blunt, owner of Blunt Shoes, which has stores across the Midlands.
Green, in treating Blunts Communization, employs standard cliches about "the Britain of the depression" and "the disaster of the Spanish civil war," by which Blunt is said to have been "moved from an immediate emotional response of horror and outrage" to "the reassuring clarity of rational analysis.
Blunt would be the leading candidate to move up if DeLay is bounced.
Fitzgerald' to lunch with the Blunts in their tent at Heliopolis.