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Spell check of tedious

Correct spelling: tedious

jejune, dusty, prosaic, muted, wearying, muffled, commonplace, drudging, depressing, irksome, dreary, flat, breezy, impractical, dumb, windy, prolix, tiring, tame, stale, drab, boring, airy, sluggish, dim, stuffy, wordy, weary, dry, excite, jading, ponderous, leaden, heavy, verbose, monochromatic, tiresome, stodgy, mind-numbing, deadening, arid, wearisome, uninteresting, long-winded, ho-hum, drear, insipid, softened, humdrum, slow, obtuse, thudding, old, dull, weariful, dense, colorless, pedestrian, visionary, mundane, blowy, monotonous, numbing.

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

Examples of usage:

1) In consequence of the snow which had lately fallen, our journey was more than usually tedious and difficult. - "A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas", Fanny Loviot.

2) He may not land his customers as quickly, but in the end he will land more customers, and hold them closer and retain them longer than the tedious, visiting, social bore who sits and sits and sits. - "Dollars and Sense", Col. Wm. C. Hunter.

3) These things are always so tedious. - "The Instant of Now", Irving E. Cox, Jr..