boredom

[ bawr-duhm, bohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF boredom

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOREDOM

And all the while he stood there quietly beside Evadna, his attitude almost that of boredom.

Well, there will be no boredom at Dauvergne's if he ingratiates himself with actresses.

I hoped that under the bullets of the Chechenes boredom could not exist—a vain hope!

His courtesy, his smartness, his anecdotes, his reminiscences were all Boredom.

Why, the moments of boredom, of weariness, of dissatisfaction.

The boredom came later, when we lived together on board his ship.

"I do," said Cassy, to whom a room with this man said only boredom and who liked to see what was going on.

The worst of the boredom was that it promised to last without limit.

But the most general expression was one of indifference and boredom.

For Philip's boredom and his desire had humbled him even to the asking for this.

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