wearisome


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wea·ri·some

 (wîr′ē-səm)
adj.
Causing physical or mental fatigue; tedious or tiresome.

wea′ri·some·ly adv.

wearisome

(ˈwɪərɪsəm) or

weariful

adj
causing fatigue or annoyance; tedious
ˈwearisomely, ˈwearifully adv
ˈwearisomeness, ˈwearifulness n

wea•ri•some

(ˈwɪər i səm)

adj.
1. causing weariness; fatiguing.
2. tiresome; tedious.
[1400–50]
wea′ri•some•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.wearisome - so lacking in interest as to cause mental wearinesswearisome - so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness; "a boring evening with uninteresting people"; "the deadening effect of some routine tasks"; "a dull play"; "his competent but dull performance"; "a ho-hum speaker who couldn't capture their attention"; "what an irksome task the writing of long letters is"- Edmund Burke; "tedious days on the train"; "the tiresome chirping of a cricket"- Mark Twain; "other people's dreams are dreadfully wearisome"
uninteresting - arousing no interest or attention or curiosity or excitement; "a very uninteresting account of her trip"

wearisome

wearisome

adjective
Translations
مُتْعِب، طَويل ومُمِل
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bıktırıcıyorucu

wearisome

[ˈwɪərɪsəm] ADJ (frm) (= tiring) → fatigoso, pesado; (= boring) → aburrido

wearisome

[ˈwɪərisəm] adj
(= tiring, boring) → fatigant(e)

wearisome

adjermüdend; climb etcbeschwerlich; (= bothersome) questionslästig; (= tedious) discussionlangweilig

wearisome

[ˈwɪərɪsm] adj (tiring) → estenuante; (boring) → noioso/a

weary

(ˈwiəri) adjective
tired; with strength or patience exhausted. a weary sigh; He looks weary; I am weary of his jokes.
verb
to (cause to) become tired. The patient wearies easily; Don't weary the patient.
ˈwearily adverb
ˈweariness noun
ˈwearisome adjective
causing weariness. a wearisome journey.
ˈwearisomely adverb
References in classic literature ?
Or did he go forward, into one of the nearer ages, in which men are still men, but with the riddles of our own time answered and its wearisome problems solved?
Yes, we became very wakeful; so much so that our recumbent position began to grow wearisome, and by little and little we found ourselves sitting up; the clothes well tucked around us, leaning against the head-board with our four knees drawn up close together, and our two noses bending over them, as if our knee-pans were warming-pans.
They returned hand-in-hand, and the Bellman, unmanned(For a moment) with noble emotion, Said "This amply repays all the wearisome days We have spent on the billowy ocean
I confess, however, that I do not think of him as a patriot and a socialist when I read him; he is then purely a poet, whose gift holds me rapt above the world where I have left my troublesome and wearisome self for the time.
Vronsky was used to princes, but, either because he had himself changed of late, or that he was in too close proximity to the prince, that week seemed fearfully wearisome to him.
Even the bustle and confusion at the railway terminus, so wearisome and bewildering at other times, roused me and did me good.
Kwaque possessed a jews' harp, and, whenever the world of the Makambo and the servitude to the steward grew wearisome, he could transport himself to King William Island by thrusting the primitive instrument between his jaws and fanning weird rhythms from it with his hand, and when he thus crossed space and time, Michael sang-- or howled, rather, though his howl possessed the same soft mellowness as Jerry's.
That I will do with all my heart," replied Dorothea, "if it will not be wearisome to you to hear of miseries and misfortunes.
582-596) But when the artichoke flowers (27), and the chirping grass-hopper sits in a tree and pours down his shrill song continually from under his wings in the season of wearisome heat, then goats are plumpest and wine sweetest; women are most wanton, but men are feeblest, because Sirius parches head and knees and the skin is dry through heat.
It is because you cannot feel for me that I drag on this wearisome life.
When I trotted, I rattled like a crate of dishes, and that annoyed me; and moreover I couldn't seem to stand that shield slatting and banging, now about my breast, now around my back; and if I dropped into a walk my joints creaked and screeched in that wearisome way that a wheelbarrow does, and as we didn't create any breeze at that gait, I was like to get fried in that stove; and besides, the quieter you went the heavier the iron set- tled down on you and the more and more tons you seemed to weigh every minute.
The Elder's story became somewhat wearisome, and his audience grew gradually less, until it was reduced to twenty passengers.