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    1. 26 A cheerful expression is a token of a heart that is in prosperity; and the finding out of parables is a wearisome labour of the mind

    2. might not have seen the travail of Jacob, and the wearisome toil of the stock of Israel? 36 And he said to me, Number me the things

    3. 35 And he said to me you can not; and I said therefore Lord? How was I born then? Or why was not my mother's womb then my grave that I might not have seen the travail of Jacob and the wearisome toil of the stock of Israel? 36 And he said to me Number me the things that are not yet come gather me together the dross that are scattered abroad make me the flowers green again that are withered 37 Open me the places that are closed and bring me out the winds that in them are shut up show me the image of a voice and then I will declare to you the thing that you labour to know

    4. A Christianity without living, felt communion with Him, without grasp of the benefits of His blood and intercession, a Christianity without Christ's sacrifice and Christ's Priesthood, is a powerless, wearisome form

    5. It was as if there had been no wearisome warm-up

    6. So, if he remains in one state he will be bored because the beautiful thing which does not change becomes wearisome and even loathsome; and the repetition of the same delightful and melodious thing makes it undesirable and boring

    7. This tells us that at this time, it became clear that they did not know the unseen, because if they had been acquainted with the truth, they would not have tarried in this wearisome torture of hard labor for so many decades

    8. But the days passed by, and the woman really got into a wearisome state

    9. They began the wearisome process of panning

    10. steady movement is wearisome

    11. We thank thee that we have laid us down, have had where to lay our head, and have not been wandering in deserts and mountains, in dens, and caves of the earth: And that we have slept, and have not been full of tossings to and fro till the dawning of the day, that wearisome nights are not appointed to us, and we are not saying at our lying down, When shall we arise, and the night be gone? But our bed comforts us, and our couch easeth our complaint: Thou givest us sleep as thou givest it to thy beloved

    12. The landscape backgrounds are much more lacking in this respect, nothing ever happened there, no storms have ever bent his graceful tree-trunks, and the incessant gradations might easily become wearisome

    13. One could go on through all the illustrations were it not for the fear of becoming wearisome; and also, one could go on through some of the minor relationships, and point out how often this proportion turns up in compositions

    14. The conclusion is no doubt a hasty and in some places clumsy piece of work and the frequent repetition of the scolding administered to Avellaneda becomes in the end rather wearisome; but it is, at any rate, a conclusion and for that we must thank Avellaneda

    15. Not that the high-bred bearing of Don Fernando was disagreeable to me, or that I found his importunities wearisome; for it gave me a certain sort of satisfaction to find myself so sought and prized by a gentleman of such distinction, and I was not displeased at seeing my praises in his letters (for however ugly we women may be, it seems to me it always pleases us to hear ourselves called beautiful) but that my own sense of right was opposed to all this, as well as the repeated advice of my parents, who now very plainly perceived Don Fernando's purpose, for he cared very little if all the world knew it

    16. "It will not be wearisome, senora," said Don Quixote; to which Dorothea replied, "Well, if that be so, give me your attention

    17. "A correspondence was regularly kept up with the object of his affection; and the intricacies of business, peculiarly wearisome to a man of a romantic turn of mind, contributed, with a forced absence, to increase his attachment

    18. expences, not permit her to beguile in society, a wearisome, joyless life; for over their mutual fortune she has no power, it must all pass through his hand

    19. Its very immensity is wearisome

    20. I don't wish to be wearisome to the benevolent reader, but I want to put his finger, so to speak, on the inanity of the objection raised by the expert

    21. Though I cannot say I made a gentle nurse, and Joseph and the master were no better; and though our patient was as wearisome and headstrong as a patient could be, she weathered it through

    22. Whear the hell wold ye gang? ye married, wearisome nowt! Ye've seen all but Hareton's bit of cham'er

    23. It is wearisome, to a stirring active body: but few have slighter reasons for complaint than I had

    24. were at once wearisome and inflammatory

    25. de Villefort had the reputation of being the least curious and the least wearisome man in France

    26. Norbert, who was much in this ungracious case, though he professed to like me extremely, could but seldom consummate the main-joy itself with me, without such a length and variety of preparations, as were at once wearisome and inflammatory

    27. because he had himself changed of late, or that he was in too close proximity to the prince, that week seemed fearfully wearisome to him

    28. If you now are going to work, to study in order to win a reward, then the work will seem hard to you; but when you work’ (Alexey Alexandrovitch, as he spoke, thought of how he had been sustained by a sense of duty through the wearisome labor of the morning, consisting of signing one hundred and eighty papers), ‘loving your work, you will find your reward in

    29. But the necessity of overcoming small obstacles becomes wearisome to a self-confident personality as much by the certitude of success as by the monotony of effort

    30. It is not wearisome to you, I trust, Dorothea?"

    31. Ned Plymdale perfectly wearisome; but to most mortals there is a stupidity which is unendurable and a stupidity which is altogether acceptable—else, indeed, what would become of social bonds? Captain Lydgate's stupidity was delicately scented, carried itself with "style," talked with a good accent, and was closely related to Sir Godwin

    32. The stutter which for years the old miser had assumed when it suited him, and which, together with the deafness of which he sometimes complained in rainy weather, was thought in Saumur to be a natural defect, became at this crisis so wearisome to the two Cruchots that while they listened they unconsciously made faces and moved their lips, as if pronouncing the words over which he was hesitating and stuttering at will

    33. But they did not know this, and they were burdened with the heavy body of Bombur, which they had to carry along with them as best they could, taking the wearisome task in turns of four each while the others shared their packs

    34. The air seemed heavy and the making of words wearisome

    35. A long and wearisome journey

    36. It was dreary and wearisome

    37. Eventually the first-mortgage bonds may come through the reorganization undisturbed, but during a wearisome and protracted period the owners have faced a severe impairment in the quoted value of their holdings and at least some degree of doubt and worry as to the outcome

    38. All this may be confusing and wearisome to our readers, but it belongs in our story

    39. Presently the hide-and-seek frolicking began, and Tom and Becky engaged in it with zeal until the exertion began to grow a trifle wearisome; then they wandered down a sinuous avenue holding their candles aloft and reading the tangled webwork of names, dates, postoffice addresses, and mottoes with which the rocky walls had been frescoed (in candle-smoke)

    40. Her letters to him, far from giving her any comfort, seemed to her a wearisome and artificial obligation

    41. Though I cannot say I made a gentle nurse, and Joseph and the master were no better, and though our patient was as wearisome and headstrong as a patient

    42. journey became one of endless, wearisome waits by the roadside in the hot sun, for the sergeant refused to allow the party to move on while any remained behind

    43. All history is nothing but wearisome repetition

    44. In himself he was wearisome, but as the friend of Tom and the admirer of Julia he became offensive

    45. I thought of my fifty-guinea fee, of my wearisome journey, and of the unpleasant night which seemed to be before me

    46. The thudding vibration continued with wearisome persistence

    47. Yes, we became very wakeful; so much so that our recumbent position began to grow wearisome, and by little and little we found ourselves sitting up; the clothes well tucked around us, leaning against the head-board with our four knees drawn up close together, and our two noses bending over them, as if our kneepans were warming-pans

    48. Instead of originahty I found nothing in him but a wearisome monotony

    49. I will omit the details of the conversation that I may not be wearisome

    50. Vronsky was used to princes, but, either because he had himself changed of late, or that he was in too close proximity to the prince, that week seemed fearfully wearisome to him

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    boring deadening dull ho-hum irksome slow tedious tiresome wearisome