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tedious (TEE dee uhs) (adjective), more tedious, most tedious
1. A reference to something which causes weariness because it is boring and too slow or too long: The actor made a tedious 60 minute speech.

As a mother of three, Jackie often has tedious work to do in her house, but it needs to be done.

The long tedious talk that the commentator made did not help his TV viewers have any interest in what he was talking about.

2. Conveying a dull, monotonous, unexciting, or unimaginative situation or activity: The tedious stage drama put the audience to sleep.

Being tedious refers to a boring person who continues to talk long after his brain has ceased working.

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Referring to a dull, monotonous, unexciting, or boring situation or activity. (1)