bored

[ bawr, bohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF bored

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BORED

As nearly as she would admit, in view of his loss, he bored her with these things.

I stayed with Alderling nearly a week, and I will own that I bored myself.

I was bored by the length of the colloquy, and sat down on the table swinging my legs.

With a gimlet I bored a hole in the floor, through which I passed a piece of string.

Suppose you get bored with me—as you have with the Liberal party?

The hand that held it was steady, and the gray eyes that bored into his were hard as pebbles.

There was, however, this difference between us—that he had been bored with religion and I had not.

She must be bored when I'm bored, and keen when I'm keen, and that sort of thing, you know.

If she is bored in your company for two minutes on end—you are lost irrevocably.

We had bored a hole in her; she filled slowly and then all of a sudden disappeared.

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