What a tiresome time we shall have to-morrow, when the Frenchmen are gone!
And now, after what I fear has been a tiresome enough prologue, my story awaits.
Nothing is so tiresome to a man of any taste or abilities as what every body knows.
Roland Barnette's always walked home with me, but I think he's just tiresome.
Her Sunday-school class had never been so tiresome nor so soaked in hair-oil.
The one announces no tedious waits; the other no tiresome measures.
All this may be vastly right—it is a pity it is so tiresome.
I am detained in town by provoking, tiresome, but necessary business.
But Arthur had really been very inconsiderate and tiresome so far.
I know the whole proceeding by heart already—that is what is so tiresome!