blunt (adj.)
stupid, obtuse, dull-witted
2H4 induction.18[Rumour alone, of the public] the blunt monster with uncounted heads
2H6 IV.i.67[Suffolk to Lieutenant] thy words are blunt and so art thou [punning on: not sharp]
E3 I.ii.17[Countess to herself, of the Scots] I'll ... list their babble, blunt and full of pride
Sonn.103.7[of a face] That over-goes my blunt invention quite, / Dulling my lines
TG II.vi.41[Proteus alone] I'll quickly cross ... blunt Thurio's dull proceeding
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