[duhl-ish] /ˈdʌl ɪʃ/
somewhat ; tending to be .
- Dull Knife
noun 1. (Tah-me-la-pash-me) died 1883, leader of the Northern Cheyenne.
[duhl] /dʌl/ adjective, duller, dullest. 1. not sharp; blunt: a dull knife. 2. causing boredom; tedious; uninteresting: a dull sermon. 3. not lively or spirited; listless. 4. not bright, intense, or clear; dim: a dull day; a dull sound. 5. having very little depth of color; lacking in richness or intensity of color. 6. slow […]
- Dull out
verb phrase To live a quiet life; eschew excitement: Fewer distractions, fewer parties, fewer people. ”I need to dull out for a year” (1980s+)
- Dull roar
noun a relatively quiet situation; a calmer situation Usage Note informal noun A relatively quiet situation; a calmer situation: checkers game kept to a dull roar