[ US /ˈtidiəsɫi/ ]
[ UK /tˈiːdɪəsli/ ]
  1. in a tedious manner
    boringly slow work
    he plodded tediously forward
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How To Use tediously In A Sentence

  • I love these guys - they make me look like I'm clever, when really I'm just voluble and profane and tediously honest.
  • The defense is very tediously going through their evidence.
  • I sit here, tediously pecking away at the keyboard with one hand because the other is protruding from the end of a cast I'm wearing after surgery to repair my elbow with a big ol 'screw last week. Insurances (health)
  • I tediously completed the resulting calculations for each and every processing element output.
  • Even at 50 minutes, the film tediously tries ones patience; there might only be enough material here for a ten or fifteen-minute short.
  • Their servers are still being tediously slow and subject to long intervals of non-availability.
  • Probably the most effort that went into this tediously unfunny sequel is pondering how much money they were going to make.
  • Though tediously drawn-out, the ritualized debates reveal little of how the successful candidate will really perform once in office. Carne Ross: Down With Leadership
  • Most people are dreading it, convinced that the sessions will be tediously boring.
  • He expects this to be an extended and tediously boring period of waiting around with nothing for him to do but kick at stones lying on the ground.
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