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Synonyms for boringly

in a tedious manner

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Klopp dismissed claims from his Manchester United rival, who, against all the evidence from Monday's goalless draw, suggested the German's team was the boringly negative one.
After months of being lied to before the referendum, it's getting boringly repetitive (but nevertheless satisfying) to rub Remainers' noses in it, but important to keep going until we're finally free and the Remainers accept that they just might have been wrong, shut up whingeing, and back this country's future.
THE boringly predictable Twitter outrage for BBC1's honest, frank and definitely not racist Last Whites of the East End.
It all led to a first half that was all too boringly familiar.
At times, the Black Cats looked boringly solid at the back - but when pacy forwards ran at them they were stretched too much.
Williams has a perfect voice, seamless production and it's boringly faultless; only in Sweet Love Of Mine does her voice break, and there it's straight up beautiful.
In stark contrast to the hysteria of shows like Most Haunted, the duo wheel out scientists and other experts who are able to provide boringly rational explanations for all of these and more.
And note that for three years now, the price has remained boringly steady at a little under $110 a barrel.
Because that's an incredible amount of "cheese" Why would any intelligent person want to document every boringly mundane minute of a boringly mundane life?
The hacker collective, which calls itself "the D33Ds Company," claims it hacked into the online giant's (NASDAQ: YHOO) database by using a rather pedestrian SQL injection attack -- the kind of hack so boringly easy it's a joke among hackers and geeks due to its utter simplicity.
Live coverage honours to the BBC for its boringly reverential royal wedding marathon, when everyone knows ITV's folksy approach won the day.
For Tim Curtright (Michael Brenton Gordon), life in his quiet Kansas hometown seems boringly ordinary.
ANOTHER boringly familiar letter by Phylip Hughes about the Welsh language and Plaid Cymru.