tedious

Tedious vs Obtuse - What's the difference?

tedious | obtuse | Related terms |

Tedious is a related term of obtuse.


As adjectives the difference between tedious and obtuse

is that tedious is boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome while obtuse is blunt; not sharp.

Tedious vs Weary - What's the difference?

tedious | weary |


As adjectives the difference between tedious and weary

is that tedious is boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome while weary is having the strength exhausted by toil or exertion; tired; fatigued.

As a verb weary is

to make or to become weary.

Exhausting vs Tedious - What's the difference?

exhausting | tedious |


As adjectives the difference between exhausting and tedious

is that exhausting is very tiring while tedious is boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome.

As a verb exhausting

is .

Late vs Tedious - What's the difference?

late | tedious | Related terms |

Late is a related term of tedious.


As a noun late

is (kind of) hatchet, axe, chopper.

As an adjective tedious is

boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome.

Heavy vs Tedious - What's the difference?

heavy | tedious | Related terms |

Heavy is a related term of tedious.


As adjectives the difference between heavy and tedious

is that heavy is (of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves while tedious is boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome.

As an adverb heavy

is heavily.

As a noun heavy

is a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts.

As a verb heavy

is to make heavier.

Constant vs Tedious - What's the difference?

constant | tedious | Related terms |

Constant is a related term of tedious.


As a proper noun constant

is .

As an adjective tedious is

boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome.

Sluggish vs Tedious - What's the difference?

sluggish | tedious | Related terms |

Sluggish is a related term of tedious.


As adjectives the difference between sluggish and tedious

is that sluggish is habitually idle and lazy; slothful; dull; inactive; as, a sluggish man while tedious is boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome.

Tedious vs Slack - What's the difference?

tedious | slack | Related terms |

Tedious is a related term of slack.


As an adjective tedious

is boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome.

As a verb slack is

.

Inanimate vs Tedious - What's the difference?

inanimate | tedious | Related terms |

Inanimate is a related term of tedious.


As adjectives the difference between inanimate and tedious

is that inanimate is lacking the quality or ability of motion; as an inanimate object while tedious is boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome.

As a noun inanimate

is something that is not alive.

As a verb inanimate

is (obsolete) to animate .

Tedious vs Expressionless - What's the difference?

tedious | expressionless | Related terms |

Tedious is a related term of expressionless.


As adjectives the difference between tedious and expressionless

is that tedious is boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome while expressionless is without expression.

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