tedious

All Adjective
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  • Nor are we sure that he does it well: he is very tedious. Cited from Harvard Classics Volume 28, by Various
  • Therefore, if you are waiting for that, you will find it a tedious business. Cited from The Letters of Cicero, Volume 1, by Marcus Tullius Cicero
  • Some people are; and it does grow rather tedious in the long run. Cited from Prince Ricardo of Pantouflia, by Andrew Lang
  • After a still more tedious search, we found the goal of our wishes. Cited from Daring and Suffering, by William Pittenger
  • Before long, however, the details grew tedious, and the public became less engaged.
  • The eight days we had to remain here were the most tedious of those we spent on the island. Cited from Southern Arabia, by Theodore Bent and Mabel Bent
  • The walk from the house to the station had been a long and tedious one. Cited from The Daffodil Mystery, by Edgar Wallace
  • So the ride had not been so tedious as it might have been. Cited from The Rose of Old St. Louis, by Mary Dillon
  • He has appeared many times since, always employed in a tedious job which he does not perform well.
  • Though people work only two hours per day, they live tedious, vacuous lives.
  • How to go about getting this work published would prove to be a tedious affair.
  • Her friends help and through tedious training, her application is accepted.
  • These were tedious moments while we waited, but soon we moved on very slowly again. Cited from Daring and Suffering, by William Pittenger
  • True, they seemed to interest the audience; here, though, they would be tedious reading. Cited from The Best Short Stories of 1917, ed. by Edward J. O'Brien
  • But this method requires large time and is very tedious to work with.
  • It was a tedious process but all that was available at that time.
  • Writing out the full message at each step, as done in the example above, is very tedious.
  • This may, however, become quite tedious depending on the nature of the problem.
  • However, he found the duty tedious and returned to the practice of law at the end of his six year term.
  • Has the recitation period seemed short or has it been a long, tedious hour? Cited from A Guide to Methods and Observation in History, by Calvin Olin Davis
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