Blunt Definition

blŭnt
blunted, bluntest, blunting, blunts, blunter
adjective
bluntest, blunter
Having a dull edge or point; not sharp.
Webster's New World
Plain-spoken and abrupt.
Webster's New World
Slow to perceive, feel, or understand; dull.
Webster's New World
Stark; unadorned.
American Heritage
Hard to impress or penetrate.
Wiktionary
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verb
blunted, blunting, blunts
To develop a dull edge or point.
Webster's New World
To make (an edge or point) dull.
Webster's New World
To make dull or insensitive.
Webster's New World
To make less effective.
Webster's New World
To become blunt.
When the scraper blade blunts, you will have to replace it.
American Heritage
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noun
A cigar whose interior has been hollowed out and filled with marijuana.
American Heritage
A marijuana cigarette, specif. one made by putting marijuana into the wrapper of a hollowed-out cigar.
Webster's New World

A fencer's practice foil with a soft tip.

Wiktionary

A short needle with a strong point.

Wiktionary

(UK, slang, archaic, uncountable) Money.

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Other Word Forms of Blunt

Noun

Singular:
blunt
Plural:
blunts

Adjective

Base Form:
blunt
Comparative:
blunter
Superlative:
bluntest

Origin of Blunt

  • Middle English N., short for Phillies Blunt a trademark for cigars of a type often used to make blunts

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Possibly from Old Norse blundra.

    From Wiktionary

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