wearisome


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Synonyms for wearisome

Synonyms for wearisome

Synonyms for wearisome

so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness

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For a lot of us, folding laundry is probably the most tedious and wearisome task in the history of household chores.
He said as his clientele increased, he bought a bicycle to make his work easier as he had to go back and forth taking pictures and printing them in town, which was a wearisome process for him.
Harper's obsession is understandable but gets wearisome, especially when she breaks rules and ethics of journalism that should get her fired.
Not Going Out BBC1, 9pm COMEDY Lee Mack returns with his well-written, farce-like sitcom, also starring Sally Bretton as his wise-cracking, wearisome wife Lucy.
This task was understandably wearisome for many, perhaps even causing some to back out of the updating process altogether, and preferring to keep their phones on outdated versions of Windows.
But I started to find her incantation wearisome as I also began to tire of the flashed and flickering projections.
Dear, oh dear, oh dear, here we go again, and it does tend to become a little bit wearisome to one's soul.
The trigger-happy free-for-all becomes wearisome before the final bullet reaches its intended target, and sinewy subplots to connect characters sometimes feel contrived, but as an exercise in controlled mayhem, director Ben Wheatley's film hits more than it misses.
Endless profanities do become wearisome, but there are enough verbal and visual gags here to leave you hungry for more.
The only thing more wearisome than being on an all-weekend stag do, is being stuck next to one on a plane.
Always accessible and never wearisome, this is the perfect guide for anyone who makes a living with his or her voice.
This can be wearisome if you are accustomed to Android or iOS.
In addition to the bleak events, the flashbacks and lack of dialogue can become a bit wearisome. Nevertheless, Clegg has produced an insightful portrait of adversity.
the worst is the treacherous weather the tedium, the wearisome monotony
"Working day and night and roaming the Syrian cities with all physical and psychological difficulties that could confront a man in such a sort of job to transfer goods from one place to another is quite tough and wearisome, but life has taught me to be strong and patient enough in order to survive."