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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwearisomewear‧i‧some /ˈwɪərisəm $ ˈwɪr-/ adjective formal  TIREDBORINGmaking you feel bored, tired, or annoyed a wearisome task
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wearisomeIt seemed to be essential to her sense of identity, but I was finding it wearisome.It's hard to describe just how wearisome all this is in performance.The fear of protracted, wearisome and painful dying can be stronger.a wearisome bus rideThis is a familiar, even rather worn-out and wearisome form of irony.But Dole, at 73, comes to bat very late in a long and wearisome game.It gives readers that necessary tug which will take them through all sorts of possibly wearisome matters to the final page.Waiting is the most wearisome of all activities - if, indeed, it can be called an activity.But before I had finished this wearisome task, the cheque arrived out of the blue.
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