dullness[ duhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF dullness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DULLNESS
For all her dullness, it was a signal from Sally that saved Andrew.
Yet, now, in the dullness ran a faint suggestion of something sinister.
I know all about the "dullness" and "monotony" of rural life, bad housing and the rest of it.
His attempts at general conversation broke down into dullness.
Recent Paris and Calcutta retrospect chides his dullness of perception.
His dullness and immobility had increased almost to a stupor.
Greta complained bitterly of her dullness when her friends had left.
The dullness which comes of "all work and no play" may be said to affect the carver at times.
That may quite likely have been due to my own dullness of comprehension.
Ah, monsieur could not conceive to himself the dullness of it.
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