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- n. the state or quality of being tiresome; wearisomeness; tediousness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being tiresome; wearisomeness; tediousness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. dullness owing to length or slowness
"tiresomeness," which is the prime stumbling-block to whole-hearted
Suddenly his troupe is not only siding with the fool to protect their meal ticket but seemingly pleased by Rylance's crowd-pleasing nonsense more than Pierce's plays, which apparently are sinking into High Art tiresomeness.
The supreme tiresomeness of red tape and management speak is, allegedly, about to be tackled at government level.
I know, because this has been my life since August, and I am pissed about the ongoing tiresomeness of it.
In order of tiresomeness, we get: (1) A wrong-side-of-the-tracks romance between Little Miss College Girl and the poor-but-honest boy (Christopher Jackson) who works for her father.
The revolutionary movement in the nineteenth century had seemed to such men a tiresomeness of slacking workers, aided and abetted by critics like
The immense tiresomeness is actually undermining my will to blog this morning.
March 11, 2006, 4: 31 pm diovan says: diovan vomit disappoint glisten. tiresomeness
I become suddenly frustrated with the tiresomeness of pecking.
He was unkempt; he dropped things on his coat; he had the tiresomeness of an old man with nothing in the world to do; and she turned him out of the room.
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