snoozefest

snooze·fest

also snooze-fest (sno͞oz′fĕst′)
n. pl. snooze·fests also snooze-fests Informal
Something that is boring or tedious: "Done badly, [the chess-playing scenes] could be a complete snoozefest, but Nair films them as if they were football or boxing, with exciting montages, quick edits and interesting close-ups" (Brian Truitt). "Presidential debates can sometimes be a snoozefest, but with [the nominees] already running pretty nasty campaigns against each other, the 2016 debates are bound to be a complete and utter circus" (Karen Fratti).

[snooze + fest.]
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Slagging the showdown off as a snoozefest is doing a major disservice to the Perth men.
Celtic could do with an absolute snoozefest against Zenit in Russia.
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But the defeat against Crystal Palace was a low point, while the goalless draw at West Brom - which actually was a decent point - was more of a snoozefest than a football match.
You finally can watch that flick your bestie thinks would be a snoozefest (and you get a giant tub of popcorn all to yourself).
On the one hand, the Internet of Things has mostly been a snoozefest to date, with limited consumer excitement for Fitbits and other fitness trackers and not much else.
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