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"It's always involuntary, my tiresomeness," she said, addressing him earnestly.

Which means, I suppose, that he'll make the best of a bad case, and bear our tiresomeness with bland urbanity?

The flesh of Hindstn fishes is very savoury; they have no odour (ad) or tiresomeness.1824 They are surprisingly active.

Everyone enjoys the pleasure of travel; but nearly all shrink back from its tiresomeness and drudgery.

The exact spherical shape of the fruit possibly helps on this tiresomeness.

To go fully into those details would be to burden this narrative with technicalities and tiresomeness.

So it is in the daily vocations of life; if the mind have some incentive, the tiresomeness of labor will be greatly diminished.

It is a sad thing to consider how much of their abilities people turn to tiresomeness.

To avoid the tiresomeness of dialect-printing, and for another reason to be mentioned by and by, this is not always indicated.

To avoid the tiresomeness of contraction marks, "see him ya" has been written in one word.

WORD ORIGIN

"tedious," c.1500, from tire (v.) + -some (1). Related: Tiresomely; tiresomeness.

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