All Adjective Verb Noun
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  • Palmer found the play so boring, however, that it put him off a stage career for good.
  • The cabinet was considered boring, because both left-wing and right-wing political parties were a part of it.
  • However, he noted that it should be judged for being a boring game.
  • In an interview near the end of his life, he said he found the work on the Court dead boring.
  • The game was considered by some to be long and boring yet found a cult audience.
  • She however wants nothing further to do with her boring cheapskate of a husband.
  • He eventually comes into contact with Morganna and works with her until he finds her boring.
  • Boring moments are one thing that do not exist at the academy.
  • His boring machine has been called the first machine tool.
  • This experience caused Boring to question what it means to be conscious.
  • This she found the most boring thing that happened, to learn without classmates.
  • Boring was a timber industry town throughout much of the 20th century.
  • Boring their way into the fish's body, they again become parasites of their new hosts.
  • This was the only goal in the quite boring final.
  • All of these activities attracted him more than politics, which grew boring and unattractive.
  • It took thirty-two separate borings to cut around that lock. Cited from The Amateur Cracksman, by E.W. Hornung
  • Some of the sections under the airport required the use of a tunnel boring machine.
  • He notes that the song never gets boring, even when only the drums and bass are playing.
  • Despite popular perception, a small estate owner often led a boring and primitive life.
  • His day-to-day life is very boring.
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Root form of boring is bore for the verb.

Words starting with boring

Meaning of boring

  • noun The act of drilling a hole in the earth in the hope of producing petroleum
  • verb Cause to be bored
  • verb Make a hole, especially with a pointed power or hand tool
    don't drill here, there's a gas pipe, drill a hole into the wall, drill for oil, carpenter bees are boring holes into the wall