Origin of tedious
Examples from the Web for tediousness
The man who suspects his own tediousness, is yet to be born.
At the risk of tediousness we shall enter briefly into this unpromising ground.Short Studies on Great Subjects|James Anthony Froude
Yet there was now and then an accident or exploit which relieved the tediousness of study-time.Phaeton Rogers|Rossiter Johnson
Soumet's play was also acted; it almost equals d'Avrigni's in length and tediousness.Joan of Arc|Ronald Sutherland Gower
British Dictionary definitions for tediousness
Word Origin and History for tediousness
early 15c., from Old French tedieus, from Late Latin taediosus "wearisome, irksome, tedious," from Latin taedium (see tedium).