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tattered

  • brand-new, decked, dolled up.
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Obtuse

Antonyms of OBTUSE
Examples of usage:
  1. Now this script consists, as you see, of two kinds of characters; the small, solid, acutely pointed characters which are known as wedges, and the larger, more obtuse characters, somewhat like our government broad arrows, and called arrow- heads. - "The Mystery of 31 New Inn" by R. Austin Freeman
  2. The difference between the work of the two Epeirae does not extend beyond the wrapper, which is an obtuse cone in the one case and a balloon in the other. - "The Life of the Spider" by J. Henri Fabre
  3. She followed the waiter up- stairs with that soft rustle of the dress which conveys even in the obtuse masculine mind a care for clothes and the habit of dealing with a good dressmaker. - "The Vultures" by Henry Seton Merriman
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