OTHER WORDS FROM boringbor·ing·ly, adverbbor·ing·ness, noun
Other definitions for boring (2 of 2)
- the act or process of making or enlarging a hole.
- the hole so made.
How to use boring in a sentence
They do something very boring, which is licensing of insurance agents.How to play the 2021 recovery, according to investing experts|matthewheimer|November 20, 2020|Fortune
All the melodies that came into my mind were so boring that I couldn’t imagine wasting time performing them.
I started Valani to create awareness of plant-based options and to show that sustainable fashion doesn’t have to be boxy and boring.The self-funded retail startup designing seasonless clothing for women|Rachel King|November 1, 2020|Fortune
Because that does add gasoline to the fire when there is misinformation or lies that spread, because the truth can be boring.Why the Left Had to Steal the Right’s Dark-Money Playbook (Bonus Episode)|Sudhir Venkatesh|October 31, 2020|Freakonomics
I thought that’d be very boring—and, also, not my place to say.Justin Simien talks ‘Bad Hair,’ following his genre obsessions, and getting ‘free as hell’ in ’80s horror satire|Isaac Feldberg|October 22, 2020|Fortune
Connick is actually the most exciting choice Idol could have made, by virtue of its very boringness.Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban, and Harry Connick Jr. Will Save ‘American Idol’|Kevin Fallon|September 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Ian McEwan: Well, I think one way… I think you have to develop a carapace of boringness.
British Dictionary definitions for boring (1 of 2)
- the act or process of making or enlarging a hole
- the hole made in this way