dullness


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the quality of being slow to understand

without sharpness or clearness of edge or point

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Nitrobenzene might be responsible for dullness and rumen impaction in ailing buffalo and methaemoglobinemia may be very low due to less concentration of Nitrobenzene in mixture as respiratory distress was mild.
Efficiency can yield to a bully boy dullness with Modi.
While mostly swerving past the pitfall of tastelessness, this sincerely intended account of the last two years of Princess Diana's life risks an even more perilous roadblock: dullness. Still, the tony credentials, including lead thesp Naomi Watts' two Oscar nods, provide a handy alibi for upscale audiences eager to have their fill of royal rumpus, but anxious that "Diana" might merely be trash TV on a bigger budget.
Apart from the obvious benefits like no hangovers, my mental health has improved so much, my acting career is being taken seriously again and my eyes and skin have lost the dullness and I have regained my sparkle and healthy glow - or so I'm told.
Contrary to Thoreau's view, it is not the "wild" that apparently attracts "us" (i.e., most of "us") in literature at all, but rather brilliant, prize-winning dullness. Thoreau, however, was right to state that dullness meant tameness, as in not making waves or going against the grain.
Garnier Inc.'s Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Fortifying Conditioner offers fruit oils for hair nourishment, while Length & Strength Cream Conditioner moisturizes long hair and protects it against split ends and dullness.
According to the brand, its patented Intra-Cylane technology gives clients "the most advanced groundbreaking tools to help them reverse years of damage and combat five signs of aging hair, including change in texture, diminished density, increased dryness, surface dullness and fragility/breakage." The metallic lavender packaging color was selected to reflect the sophistication, technology-focus and premium positioning of the range.
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.
It helped them to raise themselves and others from spiritual dullness and blind belief in God into the perception of infinite possibilities."
Shifting dullness was elicited and the flanks were dull.
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.
Such a person exhibits quite a stunning force-field of dullness that the average fun existing in a room plummets upon their arrival.
"Intersperse specific student names when teaching a lesson that could otherwise descend into dullness. 'And, Hayley, wouldn't you love to know how the days of the week got their names?' Be sure to spread the love, so no one feels excessively singled out.