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synonyms for duller

  • boring
  • dim
  • dumb
  • simple
  • slow
  • sluggish
  • stupid
  • tedious
  • addled
  • low
  • shallow
  • backward
  • besotted
  • brainless
  • daffy
  • daft
  • dense
  • dim-witted
  • doltish
  • feeble-minded
  • half-baked
  • ignorant
  • imbecilic
  • indolent
  • insensate
  • moronic
  • not bright
  • numskulled
  • obtuse
  • scatterbrained
  • simple-minded
  • stolid
  • thick
  • unintellectual
  • vacuous
  • wearisome
  • witless
  • flat
  • slow
  • tight
  • boring
  • quiet
  • lifeless
  • listless
  • placid
  • sluggish
  • even
  • slack
  • depressed
  • yawn
  • accustomed
  • still
  • apathetic
  • blah
  • dead
  • inactive
  • inert
  • languid
  • monotonous
  • regular
  • routine
  • slothful
  • stagnant
  • stolid
  • torpid
  • unexciting
  • unresponsive
  • usual
  • draggy
  • without incident
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antonyms for duller

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  • active
  • bright
  • cognizant
  • exciting
  • fast
  • intelligent
  • interesting
  • smart
  • clear
  • eventful
  • keen
  • knifelike
  • light
  • lively
  • luminous
  • lustrous
  • pointed
  • quick
  • sensitive
  • serrated
  • sharp
  • vivacious
  • witty
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How to use duller in a sentence

This phase of literature lived on later into the century, but it became duller and less popular.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
So another link with the past was broken, and another spot of colour wiped away from these duller days of uniformity and routine.
THE INFLUENCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH GILDSFRANCIS AIDEN HIBBERT
"Mademoiselle means that I am duller than usual," I suggested.
DROSSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
While daisies dress in gold and white, although their gold is duller.
GRADED MEMORY SELECTIONSVARIOUS
Of course the minute you are well you will go, and the house will be duller than ever without you.
QUEENSLAND COUSINSELEANOR LUISA HAVERFIELD
Nothing can be duller or more contemptible, to my mind, than the chronicle of literary quarrels.
THE MEMOIRS OF COUNT CARLO GOZZI; VOLUME THE FIRSTCOUNT CARLO GOZZI
The girl seemed to understand the situation before the duller minds of her father and his mates had begun to work.
BLOW THE MAN DOWNHOLMAN DAY
How then should it be called, that it might be in some measure conveyed to those of duller mind, but by some ordinary word?
THE CONFESSIONS OF SAINT AUGUSTINESAINT AUGUSTINE
However interesting to them, nothing is drier and duller to us, nothing more barren and unsatisfying, than their logical sports.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VJOHN LORD
In this short time, however, he probably reaped as much advantage as a duller pupil during a far longer term.
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