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See definition of wearisomeness on Dictionary.com
  • as inmonotony
  • as intedium
  • as inmonotone
  • as inmonotonousness

synonyms for wearisomeness

  • tedium
  • colorlessness
  • continuance
  • continuity
  • dreariness
  • dryness
  • dullness
  • ennui
  • evenness
  • flatness
  • humdrum
  • identicalness
  • invariability
  • likeness
  • monotone
  • oneness
  • repetitiousness
  • repetitiveness
  • routine
  • similarity
  • tediousness
  • tiresomeness
  • unchangeableness
  • uniformity
  • equability
  • levelness
  • monotonousness
  • same old thing
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antonyms for wearisomeness

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  • break
  • difference
  • dissimilarity
  • excitement
  • liveliness
  • stoppage
  • unlikeness
  • change
  • color
  • variability
  • versatility
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    How to use wearisomeness in a sentence

    Breakdowns and the wearisomeness of motoring "shop" form the theme of verses in 1903.
    MR. PUNCH'S HISTORY OF MODERN ENGLAND VOL. IV OF IV.CHARLES L. GRAVES
    Yet the wearisomeness of this perfection was not to be denied, and here, in the eyes of Apelles, lay the weakness of this master.
    HISTORY OF ANCIENT ARTFRANZ VON REBER
    They do not see the reason, and they feel keenly the wearisomeness, of the steps which must be taken to gain their end.
    MEMOIRS OF A SURREY LABOURERGEORGE STURT (AKA GEORGE BOURNE)
    Streets succeeded streets, empty or full, in desolate Oriental wearisomeness.
    AN ARTIST'S LETTERS FROM JAPANJOHN LA FARGE
    In such a place I am at present, and here I lead my wonted life, more free than ever from the wearisomeness of the city.
    THE SONNETS, TRIUMPHS, AND OTHER POEMS OF PETRARCHPETRARCH
    This slowness enhanced the natural monotony and wearisomeness of the work.
    MAKING BOTH ENDS MEETSUE AINSLIE CLARK AND EDITH WYATT
    The wearisomeness of statistics may be here relieved by a short consideration of the splash of a drop of rain.
    METEOROLOGYJ. G. M'PHERSON
    He stands with arm outstretched, and mouth opened wide, as though he were yawning with the wearisomeness of it all.
    AN AMERICAN GIRL ABROADADELINE TRAFTON
    Perhaps the thought of all the indignities that were heaped upon his enemy compensated him for the wearisomeness of the narrative.
    SIR BROOK FOSSBROOKE, VOLUME II.CHARLES JAMES LEVER
    Wearisomeness and general depression were making themselves felt through the drunkenness and the debauchery.
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