Although some British officials were racist bullies--Bertrand Russell went so far as to call the Empire 'a cesspool for British moral refuse'--most were stultifyingly
I can think of a word that rhymes with "lighthouse" that's much closer to describing their style of stultifyingly
Muller interrogates the "willingness" of "many" gay composers who were "supported and fostered by the institutional structures of apartheid South Africa with its stultifyingly
narrow and often hypocritical moralistic code" to "serve apartheid society regardless of the denial of their rights freely to live their lives as they chose and the palpable resonance of this repression with the racial intolerance of apartheid society" (38).
Printing, while lucrative, was stultifyingly
Two views of a stultifyingly
salon are indentified as "Interior of Madame D.
The professor, at home with the idea of his student, finds it stultifyingly
difficult to reconcile that idea with the material consequences of the student's life.
The psychological opposite of the adventuresome, risk-taking, and passionately curious exuberant individual may be the overcautious and stultifyingly
judicious approach of the bureaucrat.
The Times, he argues, remained strong in traditional areas, such as foreign-affairs reporting, but about culture, social trends, and business it had become stultifyingly
dull: "One of our dirty" little in-house secrets was that even we, who were paid to read it, often couldn't hack the Sunday paper.
Presumably he let this fence dry before sitting on it during his stultifyingly
dull second career as a match analyser.
He suggests that some may consider these stories a fair representation of daily life in Russia by virtue of being both stultifyingly
repetitious and dangerously unpredictable.
Based on what Kornbluth described as his "late-'80s misadventures as a really, really bad legal secretary," Haiku Tunnel at first appears to be a trip through the bizarre corridors of life in the workaday corporate world where bosses give minions stultifyingly
long documents about what's expected of them.
dull matches, a lack of passion for anything but the biggest games, crowds that are shamed in size by even our second division and, worst of all, sickening racism on the terraces.