dullsville

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From dull + -ville, evoking a (fictional) town.

Noun[edit]

dullsville (usually uncountable, plural dullsvilles)

  1. A fictional or generic location that is boring or dull.
  2. A state or condition of boredom or disinterest.
    With his monotonous routine, he lives in dullsville.

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