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The most recent iteration of the Unreal Engine puts heavy emphasis on letting AI handle some of the tedious work typically associated with creating extremely high-quality digital models.

Tax season can be frustrating and tedious even in the best of times.

However, these require manual labeling, which makes the process slower and more tedious.

Social listening tools allow you to skip the tedious process of designing a report since most of them already offer different types of reports to export and share with your colleagues.

Instead of pulling out your phone to do a tedious search online, you conduct the equivalent of a visual google search simply by gazing at the store.

But shaving quickly became a hassle; the tedious measure of the day at work ahead.

Shaving: the most boring, tedious thing a man must do in his little retinue of personal upkeep chores.

But recently the obligations have gotten significantly more tedious and burdensome.

“It was tedious,” Lady Body told the Daily Mail of the work she did.

It is undergoing a tedious reinvention of sorts, trying to clean up its act after decades of scandals.

While the test is somewhat tedious, all the manipulations are simple and require no apparatus but flasks, test-tubes, and funnels.

And I have given this tedious detail to urge and embolden others to remonstrate against it.

If you are wearied, this impatience will only make the journey still more tedious.

Were it possible to present the subject in detail, it would be tedious and unprofitable to all save the specialist.

The tedious, dilatory time and money-wasting “come later on” procedure of times gone by no longer obtains.


On this page you'll find 93 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tedious, such as: annoying, banal, boring, dreary, endless, and exhausting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.