Antonyms for blunter

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A sharper or blunter turn would have ripped the vessel from bow to stern.

The shorter and blunter the spur, and the smoother the leg, the younger is the bird.

The voice that broke in was harsher and blunter than Baudichon's.

A blunter Williams used to take me by the button on the street.

"And so better," said Mr. Carter, with a sarcasm of a blunter sort.

His head was rounder and blunter than the rat's, his feet were larger and softer, and his limbs and his tail were shorter.

To the blunter and less refined sensibilities of the male there seems something a little indelicate in this impartial eagerness.

Every week since her departure he had written her, even though the letters grew shorter and blunter as his duties increased.

Distracted by lateral perceptions from the point ahead, they blunder where blunter minds would go forward undismayed.

His features were blunter, more humorous, and his face was already lined, while his hands looked work-worn.