dullness


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  • noun

Synonyms for dullness

Synonyms for dullness

Synonyms for dullness

the quality of being slow to understand

without sharpness or clearness of edge or point

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The effects of damaged tresses can include frizz, breakage, dullness and hair that is difficult to comb and style.
Written to appeal to middle school children (ages 7-12), FingerTip Island is the perfect antidote to dullness, boredom, and even danger.
She is beginning to experience those pesky first signs of aging like sun spots, fine lines, dullness, and loss of elasticity, and she wants to preserve her vibrant skin by combating those issues and preventing future damage.
But if you crush it, then feed them filth, dullness, repetitive nothing, tell them they'll be paid for doing nothing, tell them a job will be created for them, how can that child ever know there are horizons to see or to follow?
Her interviews were incisive and dogged, but have been replaced by banal, pedestrian dullness.
Shifting dullness was elicited and the flanks were dull.
He said the Punjab government is trying to conceal their dullness by doing so.
Rarely use venery but for health or offspring, never to dullness, weakness, or the injury of your own or another's peace or reputation.
In his rap-laced poem "Being Human," he tears into the dullness of everyday life with over-the-top descriptions of bodily functions and a truly staggering array of curse words.
A total of 84% of people questioned by the RNID charity had suffered dullness of hearing or ringing in the ears after listening to loud music - warning signs that they may have put their hearing at risk.
Such a person exhibits quite a stunning force-field of dullness that the average fun existing in a room plummets upon their arrival.
So whether your skin concern is dryness, dullness, lines or open pores each little set has the perfect answer.
Intersperse specific student names when teaching a lesson that could otherwise descend into dullness.
She calls sin an impediment, imperfection, oppression, conflict, pain, stain, and deathly dullness.