Definition of Bluntish

1. a. Somewhat blunt.



Definition of Bluntish

1. Adjective. Somewhat blunt. ¹

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Definition of Bluntish

1. somewhat blunt [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bluntish

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blunt-end
blunt-end DNA
blunt-end ligation
blunt-ended DNA
blunt-leaf heath
blunt duct adenosis
blunt file
blunt instrument
blunt trauma
blunted
blunted affect
blunter
bluntest
blunting
bluntish (current term)
bluntly
bluntness
bluntnesses
blunts
blur
blurb
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blurbing
blurbist
blurbists
blurbs
blurred
blurredly
blurredness

Literary usage of Bluntish

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1. The British Flower Garden: Containing Coloured Figures & Descriptions of the by Robert Sweet, Edwin Dalton Smith (1827)
"Florets numerous, tubular, slender at the base, and ventricose upwards, deeply divided into 5 segments, which are lanceolate, bluntish, connivent. ..."

2. British Phaenogamous Botany, Or, Figures and Descriptions of the Genera of ...by W. (William) Baxter by W. (William) Baxter (1839)
"... furnished with numerous fibres of a paler colour, running straight into the earth. leaves numerous, oblong, or somewhat spear-shaped, bluntish, ..."

3. Supplement to the English Botany of the Late Sir J. E. Smith and Mr. Sowerby by Sir William Jackson Hooker, James Sowerby, William Borrer, John William Salter (1849)
"... or flattened or slightly grooved on the upper side, tapering to a bluntish point, glaucous, finely striate ..."

4. Field, Forest, and Garden Botany, a Simple Introduction to the Common Plants by Asa Gray (1880)
"Only W. : hoary with softer and whitish appressed hairs, the oblong ovate bluntish leaves strongly ribbed, ..."

5. The British Flower Garden, (series the Second): Containing Coloured Figures by Robert Sweet (1831)
"Filaments flat, slightly winged on each side below the anthers, extending up their back and terminating beyond them in a bluntish point : anthers slightly ..."

6. The British Flower Garden: Containing Coloured Figures & Descriptions of the by Robert Sweet, Edwin Dalton Smith (1827)
"Florets numerous, tubular, slender at the base, and ventricose upwards, deeply divided into 5 segments, which are lanceolate, bluntish, connivent. ..."

7. British Phaenogamous Botany, Or, Figures and Descriptions of the Genera of ...by W. (William) Baxter by W. (William) Baxter (1839)
"... furnished with numerous fibres of a paler colour, running straight into the earth. leaves numerous, oblong, or somewhat spear-shaped, bluntish, ..."

8. Supplement to the English Botany of the Late Sir J. E. Smith and Mr. Sowerby by Sir William Jackson Hooker, James Sowerby, William Borrer, John William Salter (1849)
"... or flattened or slightly grooved on the upper side, tapering to a bluntish point, glaucous, finely striate ..."

9. Field, Forest, and Garden Botany, a Simple Introduction to the Common Plants by Asa Gray (1880)
"Only W. : hoary with softer and whitish appressed hairs, the oblong ovate bluntish leaves strongly ribbed, ..."

10. The British Flower Garden, (series the Second): Containing Coloured Figures by Robert Sweet (1831)
"Filaments flat, slightly winged on each side below the anthers, extending up their back and terminating beyond them in a bluntish point : anthers slightly ..."

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