dim, thudding, softened, drear, obtuse, irksome, muffled, excite, visionary, weary, prolix, leaden, windy, ho-hum, airy, weariful, dumb, wordy, deadening, impractical, dense, blowy, long-winded, slow, stuffy, verbose, muted, breezy, sluggish
boring (part of speech: adjective)
- They were not easy to use and the men had to learn how to fix them, and their employment entailed many long and tedious carrying parties. - "The Story of the "9th King's" in France", Enos Herbert Glynne Roberts.
- Listen carefully, then, and forgive me if you find it tedious. - "Master Olof A Drama in Five Acts", August Strindberg.
- But before being driven to this costly and tedious operation, they determined to try and set fire to the place, which seemed possible, as it was but small in extent. - "Stories From Thucydides", H. L. Havell.