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Another word for bore

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Verb
  1. To fatigue with dullness or tedium

    See also:

    excite

Noun
  1. An unpleasant, tiresome person

      1. The sound made by liquid falling in drops:
      2. (Slang) A person regarded as unpleasant or insipid
      3. A company-sponsored investment program through which the shareholders may reinvest their dividends and buy additional shares, either occasionally or at regular intervals
      1. (US, slang, pejorative) A boring, studious, or socially inept person. [From 1968.]
      2. A person regarded as socially inept or foolish, often on account of being overly studious.
      1. (Weight Lifting) A lift in which the barbell is raised upward from shoulder level with the arms completely extended
      2. Involuntary convulsive twitching often resulting from excitement. Often used with the.
      3. A sharp, abrupt movement; quick pull, twist, push, etc.
      1. (Slang, sometimes derogatory) A person who is intellectual but generally introverted
      2. (Informal, sometimes derogatory) One who has an intense, obsessive interest in something.
      3. (Slang, always derogatory) An unattractive, socially awkward, annoying, undesirable, and/or boring, person; a dork.
      1. (Slang) An unpleasant or boring person
      2. A small pellet or tablet of medicine, often coated, taken by swallowing whole or by chewing.
      3. Something both distasteful and necessary.
      1. Inside information:
      2. The pertinent facts, esp. current inside information
      3. A person regarded as very disagreeable.
    See also:

    like

Another word for bore

Noun
      1. An act, condition, thing, or person causing trouble, annoyance, or inconvenience
      2. One that is inconvenient, annoying, or vexatious; a bother:
      3. (Law) A use of property or course of conduct that interferes with the legal rights of others by causing damage, annoyance, or inconvenience.
      1. (Now Rare) A fatal epidemic disease; esp., bubonic plague
      2. A person or thing that causes trouble, annoyance, discomfort, etc.; nuisance; specif., any destructive or troublesome insect, small animal, weed, etc.
      3. An organism, typically an insect, that sickens or annoys humans, hampers human activities, damages crops or food products, harms livestock, or causes damage to buildings.
      1. (Slang) A dull or boring person, situation, etc.
      2. Clothing, esp. clothing typical of a certain country, period, occupation, etc.
      3. A device used to catch and haul up something under water; grapnel, dragnet, etc.
    See also:

    nuisance

    trouble

Verb
  1. To pierce by rotary motion

      1. To plant (a field) in drills.
      2. To teach or train by putting through repeated exercises
      3. To strike or hit sharply:
      1. To countersink or taper (a hole)
      2. To remove (material) by this process.
      3. To form, shape, taper, or enlarge (a hole or bore, for example) with a reamer or similar implement.
      1. To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
      2. To pierce (a sheet of stamps, etc.) with holes in a row
      3. To pierce, punch, or bore a hole or holes in; penetrate.
      1. To make (one's way) by digging a tunnel
      2. (Physics) To pass through a normally impassable barrier or insulator
      3. To produce, shape, or dig in the form of a tunnel:
    See also:

    penetrate

  2. To weary

    See also:

    weary