blunt

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • Even less is known about what became of these two blunted brothers.
  • Of course both sight and hearing are a little blunted in old age. Cited from The Last Harvest, by John Burroughs
  • It reached number three in Italy and became Blunt's first top ten single.
  • It reached number three in Italy and became Blunt's first top ten single.
  • I won't have her moral sense blunted while she's young. Cited from The Simpkins Plot, by George A. Birmingham
  • It also blunted opposition to the road by developing the state park around it.
  • It also found he had used his office to influence outside groups against opponents of Blunt.
  • Blunt's force captured whatever supplies they could use, then burned the town.
  • Blunt's military district was none too full of men. Cited from American Indian as Participant in the Civil War, by Annie Heloise Abel
  • Some people knew of Blunt's role long before his public exposure.
  • Some people knew of Blunt's role long before his public exposure.
  • The regiment saw heavy fighting and played an important role in blunting the Indian offensive.
  • The male usually has two spurs on each leg, the upper one being blunt.
  • People forget what honor means, their sense of it becomes blunted. Cited from King John of Jingalo, by Laurence Housman
  • When one is blunted, they take up another, and so on till the stock is exhausted. Cited from Manual Of Egyptian Archaeology, by Gaston Camille Charles Maspero
  • The edge of the later passage where she addresses him is therefore blunted. Cited from Shakespearean Tragedy, by A. C. Bradley
  • His blunt approach gained him many enemies, especially in the teaching profession.
  • But poverty had so blunted his feelings that he remained standing at the window with his arms crossed. Cited from Married, by August Strindberg
  • Something had blunted the edge of the tool just when the time had come to use it. Cited from The Broken Road, by A. E. W. Mason
  • Soon after they arrived, they and Blunt's men returned to Fort Scott.
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Meaning of blunt

  • verb Make less intense
    blunted emotions
  • verb Make less sharp
    blunt the knives