wearisome


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It will not be wearisome, senora," said Don Quixote; to which Dorothea replied, "Well, if that be so, give me your attention.
663-677) Fifty days after the solstice (34), when the season of wearisome heat is come to an end, is the right time for me to go sailing.
Anxious and uneasy, the period which passed in the drawing-room, before the gentlemen came, was wearisome and dull to a degree that almost made her uncivil.
It spreads forth into undulating and treeless plains, and desolate sandy wastes wearisome to the eye from their extent and monotony, and which are supposed by geologists to have formed the ancient floor of the ocean, countless ages since, when its primeval waves beat against the granite bases of the Rocky Mountains.
Christmas came and except for the ceremonial Mass, the solemn and wearisome Christmas congratulations from neighbors and servants, and the new dresses everyone put on, there were no special festivities, though the calm frost of twenty degrees Reaumur, the dazzling sunshine by day, and the starlight of the winter nights seemed to call for some special celebration of the season.
Before I went to that wearisome meeting, I told my housekeeper that I was going to make a speech about reform.
Not Going Out BBC1, 9pm COMEDY Lee Mack returns with his well-written, farce-like sitcom, also starring Sally Bretton as his wise-cracking, wearisome wife Lucy.
It becomes wearisome that every weekend we tell parents they need to step up.
This task was understandably wearisome for many, perhaps even causing some to back out of the updating process altogether, and preferring to keep their phones on outdated versions of Windows.
But I started to find her incantation wearisome as I also began to tire of the flashed and flickering projections.
Dear, oh dear, oh dear, here we go again, and it does tend to become a little bit wearisome to one's soul.
The trigger-happy free-for-all becomes wearisome before the final bullet reaches its intended target, and sinewy subplots to connect characters sometimes feel contrived, but as an exercise in controlled mayhem, director Ben Wheatley's film hits more than it misses.