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Definition of humdrum

humdrum

adjective

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Other terms relating to 'boring':

Definitions include: something boring.
Definitions include: a boring, humorless person; "wet blanket".
Definitions include: uptight, stingy, conservative; "by the book".
Definitions include: outdated, tacky.
Definitions include: acronym for "cool story, bro".
Definitions include: a person that kills fun or humor.
Definitions include: to make a person extremely bored.
Definitions include: used to express displeasure, disagreement, disappointment, or disgust.
Definitions include: a cigarette.
Definitions include: sarcastic remark used to convey a lack of interest in a boring story.
Definitions include: used to describe something or someone that is boring and/or uneventful.
Definitions include: "bored".
Definitions include: boring.
Definitions include: extremely bored.
Definitions include: overly formal; "boring".

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Other terms relating to 'humdrum':

Definitions include: sadness.

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