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Spell check of humdrum

Correct spelling: humdrum

Synonyms:
mind-numbing, flat, hackneyed, wearying, monotonic, prosy, leaden, shopworn, wearisome, ho-hum, slow, insipid, arid, monochromatic, banal, monotonous, dull, tedious, tiring, unexciting, dreary, stock, drudging, depressing, unglamourous, sameness, dry, well-worn, drab, commonplace, stuffy, excite, timeworn, weariful, mundane, dusty, unglamorous, stodgy, irksome, matter-of-fact, pedestrian, tired, old-hat, heavy, stale, common, jejune, old, tame, earthbound, trite, uninteresting, numbing, colorless, monotony, drear, ponderous, jading, weary, threadbare, boring, monotone, prosaic, tiresome.

Antonyms:
captivating, animating, exciting, poignant, entertaining, galvanizing, bewitching, involving, stimulating, enthralling, lively, attractive, alluring, gripping, diverting, exhilarating, spellbinding, invigorating, astonishing, inspiring, electrifying, interesting, charming, awesome, breathtaking, amazing, arresting, engaging, surprising, moving, riveting, mesmerizing, suspenseful, enchanting, provocative, enlivening, fascinating, touching, fabulous, eye-opening, energizing, intriguing, rip-roaring, astounding, wondrous, sensational, hair-raising, absorbing, spectacular, entrancing, stirring, engrossing, attracting, thrilling, amusing, tantalizing, wonderful, marvelous, beguiling, rousing.

Examples of usage:

1) It seemed to him he was about to quit the dreary humdrum world of watch- keeping and monthly wages for a region where dwelt those happy beings who had no fixed hours, who made money, who had it " to burn," as they say. - "Command", William McFee.

2) " But it is all past now, Arthur," said the lady, quickly, and the tears were in her eyes, " we are both too old, my dear brother; and as soon as these visitors are gone, we will forget all disturbing influences, and go back to our happy old humdrum life." - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.

3) Lastly, of his sister's words respecting disturbing influences, and then settling down to their own happy humdrum life once again. - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.

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