tiresome Ukrainski

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a. стомливий, надокучливий, навратливий

Przykładowe zdania

The nights were as tiresome as the days. His disposition became more and more irritable.
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When they wanted to make him wait at the bottom of the stairs, he said, ‘It must be very tiresome to hang around.’
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All that they had wished to have him do--whether it had been work or play--he had only thought tiresome.
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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.
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"No, I'm not going to; it's a tiresome game," said Woloda again, though smiling as if secretly pleased.
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Either way, these games grow tiresome.
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I can very well understand, I assure you, how tiresome so small a matter must have become to Lady Dedlock.
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I had some fun when I speeded the film up, but even that grew tiresome.
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I had such a tiresome journey coming up that I was nearly sick.
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Tom said, I’ve tried and it just seems tiresome. I’ve thought why this must be.
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Synonimy

so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness: tedious, slow, ho-hum, boring, wearisome, deadening, uninteresting, dull, irksome


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