As they approached it, the dull hue that lay upon it resembled that of the leaden sky.
"Yes," said Dick, staring in front of him and speaking in a dull, even voice.
Andrew, looking from the dull glimmer of his fire to that dead waste, sighed.
It is a curious question why sacred song should so often be dull and commonplace.
The sarcasm was without effect on the dull sensibilities of the officer.
Blackness had descended on them again, except for the dull glow of K.'s old pipe.
Handel may well have felt that Hanover was a dull place as compared with London.
His face changed from its copper color to a dull, waxy yellow.
That is why his face was so smooth and cold, his eyes so dull and his voice so monotonous.
But if there's a secret anywhere, it's only a dull, dusty sort of secret.