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Mr. Hazeltine sent his carriage for Mrs. Warner, and short as the drive was it seemed tiresomely long to Dora.
It was not merely that he was constitutionally impatient of delay, but that his nerves were tiresomely on edge just now.
You are always so tiresomely silent, Don, whether you think a thing true or not true.
The pamphlet, though tiresomely minute and long-winded, contained too much pointed truth to be published at the time.
When it slipped tiresomely into the class of work and palled, he threw it aside for something more diverting.
KENNYLEONA DALRYMPLE
I quite love her myself, altho' she is very tiresomely lovely, but perhaps as she is dark and I am fair, we shall not clash.
THE BLACK MOTHGEORGETTE HEYER
Sometimes I feel very angry with Dolly that she should have got herself so tiresomely mixed up with Germans.
IN THE MOUNTAINSELIZABETH VON ARNIM
But the fact is, he is so tiresomely absent, that he never knows what he does, nor hears what one says.
But in the process he was tiresomely repetitious, though not to so irritating an extent as he at times became.
Every detail of it was tiresomely familiar already, but the whole had a fresh interest now.

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