Tedious - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈtiːdɪəs|  American pronunciation of the word tedious
Brit.  |ˈtiːdɪəs|  British pronunciation of the word tedious


- so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness (syn: boring, dull, irksome, slow, tiresome, wearisome)
tedious days on the train
- using or containing too many words (syn: long-winded, verbose, windy, wordy)

Extra examples

He made a tedious 45-minute speech.

The work is tedious, but it needs to get done.

The work was tiring and tedious.

...his selection of a running mate was a long, tedious affair...

...the author's tendency toward diffusion makes the novel a tedious read...

...the tedious task of husking coconuts...

It had been a tiring day, largely because of all the tedious waiting.

The clerical part of his job was tedious, and he was glad to be rid of it.

...anyone who drums up a better way of doing this tedious task will make a fortune...

This lawyer verbalizes and is rather tedious

...tedious departmental meetings at which staffers would argufy endlessly...

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