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Synonyms for blunt

Synonyms for blunt

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, a native of Worcester, had lived in Shrewsbury since 1948.He was a World War II Army veteran and a survivor of the Belgian Ardennes Forest "Battle of the Bulge" Campaign and was awarded three battle stars, a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart.
Mr Blunt was taken to Selly Oak Hospital, in Birmingham, where he was treated for serious burns.
Green's lecture is intended to rehabilitate, not merely to describe, Blunts assaults on surrealism and Picasso.
Shesgreen pointed out that Blunt had avoided the lavish trips provided legislators, of the sort that DeLay has happily taken, but she neglected to pick up on a story about corporate airplanes helping cement the close relationships that lobbyists and legislators often have.
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.
Using blunted arrows, the campers have to try and knock as many of the balls out of the ring as possible in a certain number of shots.
Consider two examples that range far beyond the unholy trinity of TV, movies, and music, and that point out just as strongly the fallacy of reining in pop culture: pogs and the use of "blunt" cigars for smoking pot.
Blunt, a world traveler, was an underwater cinematographer, diving on ship wrecks in Lake Huron, and photographing coral formations in the Caribbean and off South America and the Manatee migration in Florida.