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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dull.
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- adj. deprived of color
- adj. made dull or blunt
- adj. having lost or been caused to lose interest because of overexposure
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A pained expression dulled his features, and he shook his head.
On the battlements above, Jonat - helmet gone, sword dulled - watched helplessly as the Vagrians swept over the ramparts.
He has documented his experimental research which has demonstrated that the "executive function" of the brain – the part that controls thinking, problem solving and task completion – has been significantly affected, and 'dulled' – by exposure to electronic media.
I have had some people tell me that he was drinking on the red carpet. so maybe he had kind of dulled his senses.
One that has been, for whatever reason, "dulled" by some purely physical phenomenon.
People with AIDS may describe feeling "dulled" or "slow" in their thinking.
"ejectives", which can best be described as a dulled-down version of the clicks in South Africa's Xhosa language.
Has the woman erred, and is the father's sword dulled? "
They dulled the pain of broken promises and routine domestic violence with alcohol and drugs.
That judgment sits alongside a thousand other opinions, most of which are split between these two pillars of the game, but McEnroe, the three-times former champion on this grass, whose perceptions are not dulled by the years, leans slightly towards the Spaniard.