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tiresome

335 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[tˈa͡ɪ͡əsʌm], [tˈa‍ɪ‍əsʌm], [t_ˈaɪə_s_ʌ_m]
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Synonyms for Tiresome:

boring (adjective)

boring, commonplace, depressing, dreary, dry, dull, humdrum, insipid, monotonous, mundane, prosaic, tedious, uninteresting, wearisome.

Other synonyms and related words:

Grey, Jading, Nettling, Overworked, a bit much, abhor, abominate, aggravate, aggravating, annoy, annoyance, annoying, antiquated, arduous, arid, automatic, automaton-like, awkward, bald, banal, banausic, be tired, blah, bland, bore, boresome, boring and irritating, bother, bother to do, botheration, bothering, bothersome, burdensome, chafing, changeless, characterless, cleg, colorless, colourless, common, cumbersome, dead, dead-and-alive, deadening, deadly, demanding, dense, despise, detest, devoid of interest, difficult, dim, dingy, direct, disagreeable, disgusting, dismal, dispiriting, displease, disquieting, distressing, disturb, disturbance, disturbing, drab, drag, dragging, draining, drear, drudging, dry-as-dust, dumb, dusty, elephantine, empty, endless, enervative, ennui, ennuyant, everyday, exacting, exasperate, exasperating, excite, excruciating, execrate, exhausting, factual, familiar, fatigue, fatiguesome, fatiguing, featureless, flat, flavourless, forthright, frustrating, gadfly, galling, grandiloquent, grueling, gruelling, hackneyed, hand-me-down, harass, harassing, harassment, hard, hassle, heavy, hefty, highly diluted, ho-hum, homely, hypnotic, importunate, importune, incommodious, inconvenience, inconvenient, inflated, infuriating, inopportune, interloper, intruder, invader, invidious, irk, irking, irksome, irritant, irritate, irritating, irritation, jejune, laborious, laboured, lacklustre, leaden, lengthy, lifeless, loathe, long-drawn-out, long-winded, lustreless, maddening, matter of fact, mechanical, mediocre, mind-numbing, mischief, monochromatic, monotonic, mortal, mortifying, mouldy, muffled, muted, nowhere, nuisance, numbing, oath, obtuse, offend, old, old fashioned, onerous, oppressive, ordinary, over-long, overdone, overused, pain, pale, pedestrian, perfunctory, pesky, pest, pestering, pestiferous, pestilent, pestilential, plague, plaguesome, plaguey, plaguing, plaguy, plain, played out, pleonastic, poetryless, pompous, ponderous, prolix, prolonged, prosing, prosy, provoking, punishing, raider, rather boring, reach-me-down, redundant, repetitious, repetitive, reworked, rigid, rile, rote, routine, run-of-the-mill, shop-worn, sicken, sleep-inducing, sleepy, slow, sluggish, sober, softened, somniferous, somnolent, soporific, spiritless, stale, stereotyped, stereotypic, stereotypical, stiff, stilted, stinging, stock, stodgy, stony, straightforward, straining, stranger, strenuous, stressful, stuffy, stupefyingly boring, stuporific, tame, tasteless, tautological, taxing, teasing, thick, threadbare, thudding, thumping, tire, tired, tiring, toilsome, too much, tormenting, torpid, tough, trespasser, trite, trivial, trouble, troublesome, troubling, troublous, trying, turgid, two-dimensional, unaccommodating, unadorned, unartistic, unchanging, uncool, underfoot, undistinguished, undiversified, unembellished, unending, uneventful, unexciting, unidealistic, unimaginative, unimpassioned, uninspired, uninspiring, unoriginal, unpalatable, unpleasant, unpoetic, unpoetical, unprepossessing, unrelieved, unromantic, unstimulating, unvaried, unvarnished, unvarying, upsetting, vacuous, vapid, verbose, vex, vexatious, vexing, warmed-over, watery, weariful, wearing, wearing thin, weary, wearying, well-known, windy, wishy-washy, wooden, wordy, workaday, worrisome, worrying, yawn, yawny.

Quotes for Tiresome:

  1. Grown -ups never understand anything for themselves, and it is tiresome for children to be always and forever explaining things to them. Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
  2. All styles are good except the tiresome kind. Voltaire.
  3. Nothing would be more tiresome than eating and drinking if God had not made them a pleasure as well as a necessity. Voltaire.
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