Definition of DULL

lacking sharpness of edge or point <the dull knife just bounced off the skin of the tomato without cutting it>
causing weariness, restlessness, or lack of interest <a dull dance recital that made us wish that we were someplace else>
covered over by clouds <dull skies plagued most of our vacation days at the beach>
Synonyms beclouded, clouded, cloudy, dull, hazed, hazy, heavy, lowering (also louring), overclouded
Antonyms clear, cloudless
lacking intensity of color <that canvas shirt should fade to an attractive, dull red over time>
Antonyms dark, deep, gay, rich
not having or showing an ability to absorb ideas readily <the importance of the discovery was lost on the dull minds of his colleagues>

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