boring[ bawr-ing, bohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF boring
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BORING
His theories were boring to listen to and impossible to execute.
She was boring right into me with her eyes, and very indignant.
I suppose poor relations are boring if you're well-off yourself.
What a fearful thing, something was boring away like a mole!
She was getting tired of the boring monotony of her present life.
It seemed to Laurent as if the finger of Therese was boring a hole in his throat.
He did not look up, but he was quite conscious that her eyes were boring him through and through.
I am finding the War a boring business; the glamour has decidedly worn off.
He knows the whole affair; no use in boring him with any more.
She did not know she had sighed until he said, “Am I boring you?”
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR BORING
- a bit much
- too much