Synonyms and related words:
abruptness, absence of color, acedia, achromaticity, achromatism, adynamia, aloofness, analgesia, anemia, anesthesia, angst, anguish, anxiety, apathy, aridity, aridness, ashiness, asininity, ataraxia, ataraxy, atony, autism, barrenness, benumbedness, blah, blah feeling, blahs, blockishness, bloodlessness, bluffness, bluntness, boobishness, boorishness, boredom, boringness, bovinity, cachexia, cachexy, cadaverousness, callousness, canescence, catatonia, cheerlessness, chill, chilliness, chloranemia, cloddishness, cold blood, cold heart, coldness, colorlessness, coma, comatoseness, commonness, commonplaceness, coolness, cowardice, crassness, crudeness, deadness, deadpan, dearth of ideas, deathly hue, deathly pallor, debilitation, debility, denseness, density, detachment, dim-wittedness, dimness, discomfort, discomposure, discontent, disinterest, dislike, dispassion, dispassionateness, displeasure, disquiet, dissatisfaction, doltishness, drabness, dread, drowsiness, dryness, dull-wittedness, dullardism, dumbness, duncery, easy temper, electronarcosis, emotional deadness, emotionlessness, emptiness, enervation, ennui, etiolation, even temper, existential woe, exsanguination, fadedness, faintness, fairishness, fairness, fatigue, feebleness, flabbiness, flaccidity, flatness, frigidity, frostiness, ghastliness, glaucescence, glaucousness, good temper, gray, grayishness, grayness, grimness, grossness, haggardness, heartlessness, heaviness, hebetude, hopelessness, huelessness, humdrumminess, humdrumness, hypochromia, hypochromic anemia, iciness, immovability, impassibility, impassiveness, impassivity, imperception, imperceptiveness, imperceptivity, impercipience, imperturbability, imperturbableness, impotence, inanimation, inappetence, inconsiderateness, indifference, inexcitability, inexcitableness, infecundity, infertility, inirritability, inquietude, insensibility, insensibleness, insensitiveness, insensitivity, insentience, insipidness, insouciance, irksomeness, jadedness, joylessness, lack of affect, lack of appetite, lack of bite, lack of feeling, lack of pleasure, lack of touch, lackadaisicalness, lackluster, languidness, languishment, languor, languorousness, lassitude, leadenness, lenitude, lentor, lethargicalness, lethargy, lifelessness, lightness, listlessness, lividity, lividness, long-windedness, loutishness, lumpishness, malaise, matter-of-factness, mediocreness, mediocrity, middlingness, moderateness, modestness, modesty, monotonousness, mousiness, muddiness, muffled tone, mutedness, narcosis, narcotization, nausea, neutral tint, ninnyism, nonchalance, nongratification, nonsatisfaction, numbness, oafdom, oafishness, objectivity, obtundity, obtuseness, opacity, oscitancy, painfulness, paleness, pallidity, pallidness, pallor, passableness, passionlessness, passiveness, passivity, pastiness, patience, phlegm, phlegmaticalness, phlegmaticness, pins and needles, plainness, plucklessness, poker face, prison pallor, prolixity, prosaicism, prosaicness, prosaism, prosiness, prostration, resignation, resignedness, respectability, sallowness, satedness, savorlessness, self-absorption, sickliness, sickly hue, silveriness, simpletonianism, slatiness, sleep, sleepiness, sloth, slothfulness, slowness, sluggishness, slumber, smokiness, smooth temper, soberness, softness, somberness, somnolence, sopor, soporifousness, sottishness, soullessness, spiritlessness, spleen, spunklessness, staidness, staleness, steadiness, stoicism, stolidity, straight face, strengthlessness, stuffiness, stupefaction, stupidity, stupor, supineness, tastelessness, tediousness, tedium, thick skin, thick-headedness, thick-wittedness, tiresomeness, tolerableness, tonelessness, toothlessness, torpidity, torpidness, torpitude, torpor, uncomfortableness, unconcern, uncreativeness, unease, uneasiness, unembellishedness, unemotionalism, unexcitability, unfancifulness, unfeeling, unfeelingness, unhappiness, unidealism, unimaginativeness, unimpressibility, unimpressionableness, unirritableness, unnervousness, unoriginality, unpassionateness, unperceptiveness, unpleasure, unpoeticalness, unresponsiveness, unromanticism, unsatisfaction, unsharpness, unsusceptibility, unsympatheticness, unteachability, untouchability, vapidity, veiled voice, vexation of spirit, voce velata, wanness, weakliness, weakness, wearifulness, weariness, wearisomeness, withdrawal, withdrawnness, world-weariness, wrongheadedness, yokelism

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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