Definition Of blunt

verb

(of a knife, pencil, etc.) having a worn-down edge or point; not sharp.

a blunt knife

(of a person or remark) uncompromisingly forthright.

he is as blunt as a kick in the shins

a hollowed-out cigar filled with marijuana.

Consequently, marijuana use in blunts may persist longer into adulthood for a larger proportion of the general population than marijuana use in joints and pipes had in the past.

make or become less sharp.

wood can blunt your ax

Example Of blunt

  • A referendum is a blunt tool, and in many cases gives only a false sense of democracy, especially when the questions are worded poorly or in a biased manner.

  • A thick skin is essential, as colleagues tend to be blunt in their discussion of strengths and weaknesses.

  • All he saw was a blunt knife but that would have to do.

  • Among the general population, persons coming of age since 1990 have been getting involved primarily with marijuana, often as a blunt .

  • And if they had hoped to tidy up their beards they would have had to make do with a blunt razor they should have changed weeks ago.


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