Tiresome - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈtaɪərsəm|  American pronunciation of the word tiresome
Brit.  |ˈtaɪəs(ə)m|  British pronunciation of the word tiresome


- so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness (syn: boring, dull, irksome, slow, tedious, wearisome)
the tiresome chirping of a cricket

Extra examples

All those stories about his childhood can become tiresome after a while.

...what a tiresome church service that turned out to be...

What a tiresome being is a man who is fond of talking.

Her poetic effusions became tiresome.

...a once-popular children's book that today's tots would likely regard as tiresome sorghum...

...the novel's elaborate theory detailing a supposed 2,000-year-old conspiracy is mostly tiresome twaddle... assumptive and tiresome woman...

...tends to speak in homiletic aphorisms, which can be a little tiresome...

...tiresome members of the tour group who had one bitch after another...

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