obtuseness

[ uhb-toos, -tyoos ]SEE DEFINITION OF obtuseness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OBTUSENESS

My besetting fear was that I couldn't count on her obtuseness.

We had not, however, taken into account the obtuseness of a barbaric despot.

As soon as he had taken up a business, his obtuseness vanished.

Oswald marveled at the obtuseness of this eminent barrister.

Besides, that one particular area of obtuseness was a real part of his charm.

He spat out the words with unspeakable impatience at my obtuseness.

He thus shows his obtuseness, or his subordination to a higher power.

It is from neglect to open our hearts to Nature, that obtuseness comes.

Affectation is worse than obtuseness, for obtuseness is at least honest: it may mend its ways.

Obtuseness to the beauty and meaning of Nature sinks us to the level of the brutes.

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