The man who suspects his own tediousness, is yet to be born.
The way is long and we shall have much ado to beguile the tediousness of it.
tediousness is the sure result of any of these faults of style.
Otherwise we impart to the novel the tediousness of a homily without its accepted authority.
Franklin is beguiling the tediousness of the way with a tale.
For the present, however, I will bestow upon you no more of my tediousness.'
Shall he beguile the tediousness of a wet day in camp with books and papers?
In order to escape the tediousness of spending a Sunday afternoon alone, he took his hat and overcoat.
Let us omit some portion of his tediousness, and allow him to go on with his tale.
But what need I have been concerned at the tediousness of any thing I had to do, seeing I had time enough to do it in?