Idiom “Dull as Ditch Water ” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

Dull as Ditch Water 

Dull as Ditch Water


“This book,” complained Ashok, “is as dull as ditch water.”

He meant that it was uninteresting. 

“I did not enjoy my visit to Nainital,” grumbled eiyoti. “Everything was closed for the winter and the place was as dull as ditch water.”

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