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adjective as in uninterested

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This coming from a member of the elite Exum Mountain Guides, a grizzled alpinist who has spent decades in the Greater Ranges—the astonishingly epic landscapes that you’d assume would render relatively dinky Western deciduous forests boring.

I decided that retirement was boring and have joined the Developer Division at Microsoft.

It was boring, and the Gators have never won big while being boring.

Commonwealth said in a press release that they hope to demonstrate a 20 Tesla large-bore magnet in 2021.

Otherwise, they simply settle into conflict-free bores where everybody is nice to each other.

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Then add in all bored people, as well as people whose job it is to report on celebrities.

I was bored, but I grabbed a red Solo cup, filled it with beer, and stayed with my group, chatting with the brothers about Jim.

I was suddenly so bored," he confesses, "I was underworked and overpaid.

"Then I came back to Panama again, sat down at my desk and was bored as hell," he says.

It was full of the sorts of people I used to be when I watched him on MuchMusic—bored, greasy-fingered teenagers.

Toward the close of it were the usual number of toasts in honour of Liszt, to which he responded in rather a bored sort of way.

I'm getting rather bored, you know, Georgie, with the fuss people make in town.

Moreover, she had never so thoroughly enjoyed being a girl, and love-making would have bored her grievously.

The sound holes may have been traced down and even the upper and lower circular holes bored.

Further, excellent as he was as a strategist and tactician, the details of administration bored him.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bored, such as: disinterested, fatigued, tired, dull, blasé, and inattentive.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.