Is it that repugnant to label him a hero without the wearisome cycle of celebrity demolition?
Why is it sitting on so much cash and why is it so wearisome for small businesses to get credit?
Your society was wearisome, and the little pleasure I derived from it cost me too dear.
Not at all; her book is simply strange and pompous, wearisome and cold.
The chief characteristic of the opera was its wearisome monotony.
Oh, that it were done with—this wearisome dialectical necessity!
The history of the Republic between 1852 and 1876 is not very interesting, and is besides too wearisome to enter into here.
For the months when her eyes did not fall upon his face were wearisome to Tua.
Litigation would be a wearisome business and we couldn't buck her crowd down there.
You showed me which was my wearisome seat in the Galley of Barbox Brothers.