yawnsome

yawnsome

(ˈjɔːnsəm)
adj
slang dull and boring; tiresome
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Elizabeth Banks (as Lucy) is the only actor crossing over from film to game and while the open-world design is at least a welcome evolution of the linear, overworked formula of previous Lego games, there is still limited scope for exploration while the building element often turns into a yawnsome chore.
The open-world design is at least a welcome evolution of the linear, over-worked formula of previous LEGO games, but even this is a half-measure that gives limited scope for exploration while turning the crucial building element into a yawnsome chore.
You can see the potential for some yawnsome navel-gazing there, right?
In the wrong hands a guitar solo can be yawnsome, in Meneketti's it's devastating.
How predictably yawnsome. Her sister Gigi is a class above.
For the most part, these two yawnsome stories have nothing to do with one another before a contrived finale.
The 71PS car gets to 62mph in a yawnsome 16.9 seconds, while the 90PS models take a more presentable 11.9s.
Choose the six-speed auto and you'll stop the clock even sooner; 7.8 seconds as opposed to a yawnsome 10.4 seconds in its predecessor.
And as series six opens there are more plates spinning than ever from the vampires, baby faeries, shape shifters as well as those yawnsome werewolves.
Meetings of campfire folk and glitchy electronica can sometimes yield yawnsome coffee table fodder.
Terry's yarns don't have much to say about the economic and social impact of the Agricultural Revolution, or anything so yawnishly yawnsome.
ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS (U) Alvin And The Chipmunks treats its audience like fools, keeping dialogue to a minimum as the plot unfolds at a crawl with yawnsome predictability.