wearisome

Wearisome vs Exhausting - What's the difference?

wearisome | exhausting |


As adjectives the difference between wearisome and exhausting

is that wearisome is tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue while exhausting is very tiring.

As a verb exhausting is

.

Afflictive vs Wearisome - What's the difference?

afflictive | wearisome | Related terms |

Afflictive is a related term of wearisome.


As adjectives the difference between afflictive and wearisome

is that afflictive is that causes physical or mental pain while wearisome is tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue.

Lifeless vs Wearisome - What's the difference?

lifeless | wearisome | Related terms |

Lifeless is a related term of wearisome.


As adjectives the difference between lifeless and wearisome

is that lifeless is inanimate; having no life while wearisome is tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue.

Unimaginative vs Wearisome - What's the difference?

unimaginative | wearisome | Related terms |

Unimaginative is a related term of wearisome.


As adjectives the difference between unimaginative and wearisome

is that unimaginative is not imaginative while wearisome is tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue.

Unvaried vs Wearisome - What's the difference?

unvaried | wearisome | Related terms |

Unvaried is a related term of wearisome.


As adjectives the difference between unvaried and wearisome

is that unvaried is not varied; monotonous or homogeneous; samely while wearisome is tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue.

Wearisome vs Annoying - What's the difference?

wearisome | annoying | Synonyms |

Wearisome is a synonym of annoying.


As adjectives the difference between wearisome and annoying

is that wearisome is tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue while annoying is causing irritation or annoyance; troublesome; vexatious.

As a verb annoying is

.

Wearisome vs Routine - What's the difference?

wearisome | routine | Related terms |

Wearisome is a related term of routine.


As an adjective wearisome

is tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue.

As a noun routine is

.

Wearisome vs Expressionless - What's the difference?

wearisome | expressionless | Related terms |

Wearisome is a related term of expressionless.


As adjectives the difference between wearisome and expressionless

is that wearisome is tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue while expressionless is without expression.

Slow vs Wearisome - What's the difference?

slow | wearisome | Related terms |

Slow is a related term of wearisome.


As adjectives the difference between slow and wearisome

is that slow is taking a long time to move or go a short distance, or to perform an action; not quick in motion; proceeding at a low speed while wearisome is tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue.

As a verb slow

is to make (something) run, move, etc less quickly; to reduce the speed of.

As a noun slow

is someone who is slow; a sluggard.

As an adverb slow

is slowly.

Ceaseless vs Wearisome - What's the difference?

ceaseless | wearisome | Related terms |

Ceaseless is a related term of wearisome.


As adjectives the difference between ceaseless and wearisome

is that ceaseless is without an end while wearisome is tiresome, tedious or causing fatigue.

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