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|Dull ||phr||"Dull Edge Of" - cause or make to feel to be less keenly felt; reduce the intensity of.
 
|Dull ||phr||"Dull Edge Of" - cause or make to feel to be less keenly felt; reduce the intensity of.
 
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|Dulled ||adj||Dulled deprived of color; colors dulled by sunlight, etc. 2. dulled made dull or blunt as a knife. 3. having lost or been caused to lose interest because of over-exposure
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|Dulled ||adj||Dulled deprived of color; colors dulled by sunlight, etc. 2. dulled made dull or blunt as a knife. 3. having lost or been caused to lose interest because of over-exposure
 
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|Dullen ||vb||To make dull.
 
|Dullen ||vb||To make dull.
 
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|Dull-eyed ||adj||Having eyes wanting brightness, liveliness, or vivacity.
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|Dull-head ||n||An unalert person, slow-witted person, fool, stulty, dolt, blockhead.
 
|Dull-head ||n||An unalert person, slow-witted person, fool, stulty, dolt, blockhead.

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