Causing physical or mental fatigue; tedious or tiresome.(adjective)
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Use "wearisome" in a sentence
"Roll aside the panorama of the three-hours 'Sunday service of two centuries ago, lest that which was not called wearisome in the passing prove wearisome in the delineation now."
"With regard to the appearance of the toxines, it was found that they were abundantly produced during the performance of "wearisome" work, whereas there were only traces of them to be found when the work was"
"How it had crept into her consciousness she could not understand; she lay still, listening, but the tic-toc seemed to fit the syllables of his name; and when, annoyed, she made a half disdainful mental attempt to substitute other syllables, it proved too much of an effort, and back into its sober, swinging rhythm slipped the old clock's tic-toe, in wearisome, meaningless repetition:"