tediously

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

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I know the age better than you do, though you will prate about it so tediously.

Toward this, in an advance 178 tediously slow, the veteran made his way.

Tediously an hour passed and there was no sign of Joe Hawkridge.

Then to church again, and heard a simple Scot preach most tediously.

The top round of the high ladder which he had climbed so tediously was within his grasp.

Slowly, tediously, he crawled, for the most part on his hands and knees.

It was tediously familiar, stamped upon his brain by repetition after repetition.

A Chinese dinner is so tediously long that we escape it altogether.

They said it so often and so tediously that, at last, the Church has begun to say it.

Tediously, Harry; I seem to have lost the spirit of the thing.

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