boringly boringly


  • (adv) in a tedious manner



  1. Getting high has become almost boringly conventional.
  2. The grand prize was awarded, boringly, to a device that cleans boat hulls, while the audience prize went to the inventor of a motorcycle air bag.
  3. For our money, it's when a network airs a gay-straight odd-couple sitcom that's not just bad, but boringly so.


  • George Zimmer, the Face of Men's Wearhouse, Gets Canned

    George Zimmer, whose gravelly, deliberate delivery of the line, "You're gonna like the way you look. I guarantee it," has made him boringly famous, is being ousted as Executive Chairman of the Houston- and Fremont, California-based Men's Wearhouse . [ more › ]
    on June 19, 2013     Source: SFist


  1. "Here we are ...... a seamless transition, and we're thrilled," Lauer said. "We're happy. We like each other. And we're looking to the future, so it's a good place to be. We think the headline should be 'Today Show Team Boringly Happy."
    on Jan 19, 2007 By: Matt Lauer Source: San Bernardino Sun

  2. "I am boringly heterosexual," says master-of-wit Rahul Bose.
    on Jul 9, 2006 By: Rahul Bose Source: IndiaGlitz

  3. As for his Jeopardy winnings, Jennings says they are "safely and boringly invested."
    on Sep 11, 2006 By: Ken Jennings Source: USA Today

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