Definition of tiresomely in English:

tiresomely

adverb

  • See tiresome

    as submodifier ‘a tiresomely predictable attitude’
    • ‘But to your tiresomely predictable suggestion of ‘repressed homosexuality’, I have this to say.’
    • ‘There is nobody more tiresomely predictable and bound to an intellectual rut than somebody who is constantly proclaiming himself free of ‘limitations’.’
    • ‘He's trying to re-create those touch football games - one of the most tiresomely repeated, irrelevant cliches of the whole over-blown Kennedy era.’
    • ‘The same attitudes are tiresomely evident in the editorial and letters columns of Oklahoma's largest newspaper.’
    • ‘Characters thus afflicted may be realistic but they are also tiresomely predictable in their cravenness.’

Pronunciation

tiresomely

/ˈtʌɪəs(ə)mli/