Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


That might very well be, for the duller often sees better than the keener eye.

All these yellows are duller at the horizon than a little way above.

He had heard something which her duller ears had failed to hear.

His life fell on duller times and among feebler contemporaries.

Then the cavalcade would sweep on its way and the street be duller than before.

"Mademoiselle means that I am duller than usual," I suggested.

I could have made it duller and sadder by telling you p. 271other things.

The result was "Precaution," than which no British novel could be duller.

Behind them, and in the majority, were quieter, duller transactions.

But duller and more tedious still was the night that followed.