- tedious + -ly (Wiktionary)
“James Carville co-signs a letter by Mary Matalin tediously detailing Mr. Libby's devotion to organizing trick-or-treat festivities for administration children spending a post-9/11 Halloween at an "undisclosed location.”
“As for why the Corsa gets pursued up the road by sock puppets ... well, that's something I've never formed a steady opinion on, beyond having the feeling that this was the kind of tediously literal question we weren't meant to be asking.”
“The essays gathered here are either flat-footed or tediously abstract too many references to Roland Barthes.”
“Other things that I really want is for it to be reasonably paced, SR was so tediously torturously slow.”
“The final section of each book has a short story, the two by Rayner being decidedly ordinary (the one in the Rose book is tediously educational on philately), but the two by Cole much better - his story at the end of the Sycorax book retells The Christmas Invasion from the monster's point of view, which is a welcome shift of perspective and carried off smoothly.”
“I sit here, tediously pecking away at the keyboard with one hand because the other is protruding from the end of a cast I'm wearing after surgery to repair my elbow with a big ol 'screw last week.”
“Though tediously drawn-out, the ritualized debates reveal little of how the successful candidate will really perform once in office.”
“Named for a failed uprising in 19th-century Russia, the group has made intricate, winsome, at times tediously proggy music that extrapolates on source material like "T á in B ó C ú ailnge" an early 12th-century Irish mythological epic and Japanese folk tales.”
“The set-up was tediously typical of our media's treatment of women in power.”
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