boresome

[ bawr-suh m, bohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF boresome
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At times Leavitt could be as uncannily brilliant as he was dull and boresome.

And, not to tire you with long, boresome details, I was lucky.

Dinner over, we have to wait in the mektub, a boresome hour.

I like serials only if they do not get boresome; and a lot of them do.

Perhaps, taken a little at a time, it would not seem so boresome!

"Mlle. Fifi," which was both dirty and boresome, had a similar experience.

Those speeches were so boresome, and that old senator person—wasn't he a stuff?

But it was a very ancient and boresome experience to Collins.

If he wears it perpendicular, he is honest, pedantic, and boresome.

The internal condition is determinative, for things that are boresome to one may be very interesting to another.

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