He turned his eyes to where she was indicating and saw a dullish object in the sky, some thousand feet up.
At the southern end was a great open porch, the adobe floor stained a dullish red, and vines were climbing over the columns.
The Mre Bourron, who had the dullish round eye of a pig that gleamed suspiciously when she became inquisitive, had supped well.
They were full of noise and commotion, and yet, as a matter of fact, they were dullish as they dropped one after another.
He gets on in the good things faster than I do; I'm still but a dullish sort of a scollard; worse luck.
Just the steady, dullish daily duties of caring for and tending an ever-changing stream of weary women!
But for so far back as any now remembered it had been a dullish gray, suggesting at a distance dead lichens.
The general colour of the rock was dullish purple, and the stratification very distinct.
Sometimes his fur is of a dullish brown, freckled over with grizzly hairs; while other specimens are entirely of a steely grey.
Mr. Gerald du Maurier was the life and soul of the play, which would have been a dullish business without him.