dullsville

[ duhlz-vil ]
/ ˈdʌlz vɪl /

noun Slang.

something boring or dull: That movie was strictly dullsville.

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Origin of dullsville

First recorded in 1960–65; dull + ’s1 + -ville
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British Dictionary definitions for dullsville

dullsville
/ (ˈdʌlzvɪl) /

noun slang

a thing, place, or activity that is boring or dull
the state of being bored
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