The nights were as tiresome as the days. His disposition became more and more irritable.
When they wanted to make him wait at the bottom of the stairs, he said, ‘It must be very tiresome to hang around.’
All that they had wished to have him do--whether it had been work or play--he had only thought tiresome.
He was interested in Laurier because he was the son of an old friend. Upon Marguerite Laurier the presence of Julio flashed like a ray of sunlight in the tiresome salon of Lacour.
"No, I'm not going to; it's a tiresome game," said Woloda again, though smiling as if secretly pleased.
Either way, these games grow tiresome.
I can very well understand, I assure you, how tiresome so small a matter must have become to Lady Dedlock.
I had some fun when I speeded the film up, but even that grew tiresome.
I had such a tiresome journey coming up that I was nearly sick.
Tom said, I’ve tried and it just seems tiresome. I’ve thought why this must be.
so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness: tedious, slow, ho-hum, boring, wearisome, deadening, uninteresting, dull, irksome