wearisome

adjective wea·ri·some \ ˈwir-ē-səm \
Updated on: 7 Jan 2018

Definition of wearisome

: causing weariness : tiresome

wearisomely

adverb

wearisomeness

noun

Examples of wearisome in a Sentence

  1. We had to listen to the usual wearisome complaints.

  2. Her stories can get a little wearisome.

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First Known Use of wearisome

15th century

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WEARISOME Defined for English Language Learners

wearisome

adjective

Definition of wearisome for English Language Learners

  • : causing you to feel bored, annoyed, or impatient


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adjective wea·ri·some \ ˈwir-ē-səm \

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