dull in a sentence

dull meaning:

adj.) Slow of understanding; wanting readiness of apprehension; stupid; doltish;

adj.) Not bright or clear to the eye; wanting in liveliness of color or luster; not vivid; obscure; dim;

adj.) Not keen in edge or point; lacking sharpness; blunt.

adj.) Furnishing little delight, spirit, or variety; uninteresting; tedious; cheerless; gloomy; melancholy; depressing;

dull sentence:

He found the movie very dull.

Never have I read such a dull book.

The first half of the game was pretty dull.

The dull knife needed sharpening.

The blade of the knife is dull, so it is a little difficult to cut through the meat.

The book was so dull that I didn’t finish it.

Life in a small town could be deadly dull.

The edge of the knife is really dull, we’d better sharpen it.

I slept through his dull speech.

Humour can help enliven a dull subject.

I was daydreaming during his dull speech.

Our teachers were dull, uninspiring, and moralistic.

Broadcast news was accurate and reliable but deadly dull.

She wrote dull, respectable articles for the local newspaper.

His life seems very dull and alternates between work and sleep.

She felt a dull ache in her right temple, heralding a migraine.

The second half of the game was dull by comparison with the first.

They tried writing and rewriting, each time coming up with dull and wordy expressions.

His accident with the microphone brought some welcome comic relief to a very dull party.

Hospitals always seem such impersonal places – rows of identical beds in dull grey rooms.

There were one or two passably funny jokes but it was mostly dull.

He didn’t want to stagnate in his dull office job until he retired.

He used to make extremely dull, turgid and frankly boring speeches.

This type of bird is very inconspicuous because of its dull feathers.

When a plant changes color from bright green to dull gray-green, it needs water.

I slept through his dull speech.

Her eyes looked dull and sunken.

His speech was intolerably dull.

I feel a dull ache in the shoulder.

She felt a dull ache at the back of her head.

The book was so dull that I didn’t finish it.

After a dull start, it should brighten up later.

The media are dull beyond belief because of the heavy censorship.

Our vegetable peeler is getting a little dull, so it takes a long time to do the carrots.

I found his new novel very dull. I don’t think he is much of a writer.