"Possibly the people who are not of our set are even more bored; but we--I certainly--are not happy, but awfully, awfully bored."
No; do tell me how you manage never to be bored?" she said, addressing Anna again.
I told you long ago," he said, turning to Liza Merkalova, "that if you don't want to be bored, you mustn't think you're going to be bored.
"No, do tell me why it is one can't go to sleep, and one can't help being bored?"
I was married to a rare soul, or a fool, who never bored me and who was always a source of new and unending surprise and delight.
The cocktail was a prod, a spur, a kick, to my jaded mind and bored spirits.
That's the way I always do--I just go 'round, 'round, 'round and talk, talk, talk--I never get bored. You been up the Rigi yet?"
I ain't ever bored, on a trip like this, if I can make new acquaintances and talk.
a ship of fools!" Dag Daughtry exulted; repeating what he had expressed in the hold, as he bored
the last barrel, listened to the good water gurgling away into the bilge, and chuckled over his discovery of the Ancient Mariner on the same lay as his own.