tedious

[ tee-dee-uhs, tee-juhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF tedious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TEDIOUS

To turn an interesting thief into a tedious honest man was not his aim.

It would be tedious to relate each step of the ensuing negotiations.

You may think you're very romantic, but I think you're just a tedious fool!

Vivian waited a full hour afterwards in tedious suspense in the study.

Not to be tedious, they had many other beliefs of a similar kind.

He would find it noisy and tedious, even if it were intelligible.

The one announces no tedious waits; the other no tiresome measures.

In this tedious and protracted inquiry he had no instructor, nor assistant, nor adviser.

But it is rather a long story, and I hope I shall not be tedious.'

Only that and one other message broke the tedious eternity of that long hour.

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