Sentence for blunt | Use blunt in a sentence

Sentences using the word blunt. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use blunt in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for blunt.

  • I am horribly blunt. (10)
  • The lady had blunt insight just then. (10)
  • The lady had blunt insight just then. (22)
  • They flourished wantonly: they were deadly blunt. (10)
  • He is horrid every way: blunt, and rude, and horrid. (9)
  • The blunt ending of the letter likewise dealt a wound. (10)
  • Harry gave her a blunt nod, to which she was inattentive. (10)
  • I think these confessions are ample enough and blunt enough. (16)
  • He humbly axes pardon, which is accorded him with a blunt nod. (10)
  • The blunt flames of the fire opposite threw a sombre glow on it. (10)
  • For them was no meaning too blunt, Nor aspect too cutting of steel. (10)
  • The shadow of the house stretched velvet and blunt over the rock-garden. (8)
  • My way is prompt and blunt; I am sorry I gave you occasion to reflect on it. (10)
  • Hart knew altogether too well what the contractor meant by this blunt request. (13)
  • Helen said something pleasant about the blunt elevation of the Odd Fellows hall. (13)
  • Under that peculiar sort of dry, blunt manner, I know you have the warmest heart. (4)
  • But the English, when translated, was bald and blunt to the verge of offensiveness. (10)
  • March was moved by the blunt words and the mute stare forward with which they ended. (9)
  • This short and rather blunt exercise in Fine Shades was read impatiently by Wilfrid. (10)
  • Commonly its attitude is entirely pugilistic; two blunt fists rallying and countering. (10)
  • His head inclined to meet it: so that it was like the support to a broad blunt pillar. (10)
  • Cecil Tharp raised his bullet head; his blunt, honest face was extremely red from stooping. (8)
  • The Canon seemed, with a stammer of words, to try and blunt the edge of that clear question. (8)
  • He came to her aid again, in a blunt fashion, neither kind nor unkind, but simply common sense. (9)
  • His manly forbearance touched her whose moral wit was too blunt to apprehend the contempt in it. (10)
  • Still, frank as she was and blunt as she affected to be, she could not bring her tongue to speak of Wilfrid. (10)
  • Why it should sound elsewhere unsatisfactorily blunt, and there possess a finished charm, I could not understand. (10)
  • The effect was that she lost the true wording of her blunt petition for release: she could no longer put it bluntly. (10)
  • They were very short, curved, and blunt, and, compared to our modern floating castles, were only giant cockle-shells. (19)
  • Her reply to this blunt wooing, conspired, she felt justifled in thinking, between him and Emma, was emphatic in muteness. (10)
  • They liked to talk to each other in that blunt way; it is the New England way of expressing perfect confidence and tenderness. (9)
  • Her third attempt at a letter pleased her scarcely better than the rest, but she sent it, though it seemed so blunt and awkward. (9)
  • His blunt reserve was eloquent of it to her, and she liked him the better; could have thanked him, too, for leaving her promptly. (10)

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Definition of blunt:

  • blunt, blunt, adj. having a dull edge or point; rough, outspoken, dull. | v.t. to dull the edge or point: to weaken. | n. (_slang_) money. | adj. blunt’ish. | adv. bluntly. | n. blunt’ness. | adj. blunt’-wit’ted (_shak._) dull, stupid. (0)

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