Synonyms & Antonyms : Dull





Dull



( Adjective )


His last book is
dull one.

Synonyms:

Monotonous

Uninteresting

Irksome

Boring

Dreary

Contextual Examples:

The view from the train window grew
monotonous after an hour or two and I found myself dozing off.

The film was so
boring that I left the theatre hall an hour before the end.

It was a
tiresome day filled with a number of exhausting house-hold tasks.

For him even the job of a first class magistrate is
uninteresting.

She rented a
dreary little room on the top floor of a building.



Antonyms:

Interesting

Spirited

Enthralling

Lively

Contextual Examples:

This novel is too
interesting to be left unread in one sitting.

The happy news of passing her exam
enthralled her completely.

Today’s picnic was pretty
lively. I enjoyed it to the full.




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