Definition of dullish in English:

dullish

adjective

See dull

  • ‘In fact, autonomy here is about choosing the right man, and not settling for the dullish Lord or Viscount or advertising executive waiting in the wings.’
  • ‘Also, it's painted darkish and dullish colours.’
  • ‘The rosiness of my cheeks transformed to a dullish gray.’
  • ‘To add to the monotony, they are a dullish hospital green, fabricated from porcelain-enameled steel (the material used for highway signs).’
  • ‘The sky was a pale bluish gray and although there were no clouds, the sun cast only a dullish light across the sky.’

Pronunciation

dullish

/ˈdʌlɪʃ/