wearisomeness[ weer-ee-suhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF wearisomeness
Synonyms for wearisomeness
- same old thing
Antonyms for wearisomeness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WEARISOMENESS
The wish for change is born of the feeling of wearisomeness.
He was a gentleman for all his wearisomeness, and his kindness was such as I could accept.
This, however, was a mere question of length and wearisomeness.
Do you turn from this painful portion of my narrative with indifference, or contempt, or wearisomeness?
Yet the wearisomeness of this perfection was not to be denied, and here, in the eyes of Apelles, lay the weakness of this master.
Perhaps the thought of all the indignities that were heaped upon his enemy compensated him for the wearisomeness of the narrative.
It is very easy for it to become excited in these mountain-holes, without taking into account the wearisomeness of hotel-life.
Long before I thought of commencing poet myself, I have complained, and heard others complain, of the wearisomeness of such poems.
Breakdowns and the wearisomeness of motoring "shop" form the theme of verses in 1903.
Wearisomeness and general depression were making themselves felt through the drunkenness and the debauchery.