(1) Climbing down the side of the cliff looked far too tedious and slow for his likes.(2) Well, I must admit that I was slightly worried that it might be a rather long and tedious affair.(3) Later today I head off to the airport for the tedious flight back to Europe.(4) Even when done in the darkroom at home, colour film processing is a long, tedious process.(5) This movie is tedious and tiring for the audience simply because it is overwhelming.(6) Lack of a break after a long year's tedious work will reduce the efficiency of teachers.(7) This is traditional in thrillers, and sometimes I have found it tedious and unlikely.(8) Also, its an easy way to keep your interest in what can seem to be a tedious routine at times.(9) After a long and tedious journey, I reached Bled, the place where the conference was to be held.(10) It was laborious and tedious and horrible, but it got me interested in math.(11) It's a long, tedious interview, and I'm not going to go through it point by point.(12) It must also be done within the planning process even if it seems tedious and time consuming.(13) Machines and technology are here to make our lives easier, not to do boring, tedious tasks for us.(14) Wages are low, hours are long and tedious , and management are often brittle and abrasive.(15) There are few things more tedious than the preoccupations of people for whom the drug scene has become a way of life.(16) We might even find it a bit tedious to keep reading about it in the papers.