I should merely be dulling your appetite, without satisfying your hunger.
There is a pathetic reference in a letter to this dulling of his power of vision.
A look of fright and joy came into Mrs. Vincent's dulling eyes.
And with it a damping of her ardor, and a dulling of the fine edge of her enthusiasm.
There came a louder clamor—volcanic, chaotic, dulling the thunders.
Then came a great crash, with a single second's dulling of the whole blaze.
If he had not forgotten he had at least succeeded in dulling the edge of his feeling for her.
A long continuance of the same kind of food has the effect of dulling the appetite.
It may be more easily explained as a result of a dulling of the imagination.
How I welcomed the gradual deadening of my senses, the dulling of my fevered brain!