tedious

tedious

/ˈtiːdɪəs/ [tee-dee-us]
adjective
Too long, slow, or dull; tiresome or monotonous.

Origin
Late Middle English from Old French tedieus or late Latin taediosus, from Latin taedium (see tedium).

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Ted failed to stifle a yawn as Professor Wandus reiterated the obscure logic behind yet another tedious Victorian era story line.

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