humdrum[ huhm-druhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF humdrum
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My life must seem so humdrum to him, and to you, who have travelled so far and seen so much.
He sketched his humdrum labors, the prizes in his way of life.
For two summers I lived in this little world; it was dull and humdrum.
It was indeed no more than a humdrum narrative of a vulgar crime.
The whole business, Tom thought, was humdrum and commonplace.
I felt as if I had seen the infinite in some near familiar, humdrum place.
She's not meant for this humdrum place, and she may kick over the traces.'
Their position seemed as strange to the humdrum world as his own.
Their thoughts were occupied by their neighbours and the humdrum details of the life about them.
Oh, he did not consider his job a humdrum one, it was easy to see that.
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