Definitions for obtuseness
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
not quick or alert in perception, feeling, or intellect; insensitive; dull.
not sharp, acute, or pointed; blunt.
(of a leaf, petal, etc.) rounded at the extremity.
indistinctly felt or perceived, as pain or sound.
Origin of obtuse:
1500–10; < L obtūsus blunt; see obtund
the quality of being slow to understand
the quality of lacking a sharp edge or point
Something that is obtuse
state or quality of being obtuse
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