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Adjective
/bôrd/,
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Feeling weary because one is unoccupied or lacks interest in one's current activity,
  1. (of a gun) Having a specified bore
    • - large-bored guns

  1. tired of the world; "bored with life"; "strolled through the museum with a bored air"
  2. blase: uninterested because of frequent exposure or indulgence; "his blase indifference"; "a petulant blase air"; "the bored gaze of the successful film star"
  3. (boring) drilling: the act of drilling
  4. (boring) so lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness; "a boring evening with uninteresting people"; "the deadening effect of some routine tasks"; "a dull play"; "his competent but dull performance"; "a ho-hum speaker who couldn't capture their attention"; "what an irksome task the ...
  5. (boringly) in a tedious manner; "boringly slow work"; "he plodded tediously forward"
  6. Boredom is an emotional state experienced during periods lacking activity or when individuals are uninterested in their surroundings. ...
  7. "Bored" is a single by American alternative rock band Deftones, released in 1996. It is taken from their début album, 1995's Adrenaline.
  8. (Boring (mechanical)) In machining, boring is the process of enlarging a hole that has already been drilled (or cast), by means of a single-point cutting tool (or of a boring head containing several such tools), for example as in boring a cannon barrel. ...
  9. (Boring (Young Ones episode)) Boring was the third episode of The Young Ones, a British sitcom. It was written by Ben Elton, Rik Mayall and Lise Mayer, and directed by Paul Jackson. It was first aired on BBC2 on 23 November 1982.
  10. suffering from boredom; uninterested, without attention; perforated by a hole or holes through bioerosion
  11. (boredly) In a bored manner
  12. (boredness) The state or condition of being bored; boredom
  13. (boring) A pit or hole which has been bored; That which incites boredom in a person
  14. (Boring) Open-work incorporated into embroidered designs; a sharp pointed instrument punctures the fabric, and stitches are made around the opening to enclose the raw edges.
  15. (Boring) The dislodging or displacement of spoil by a rotating auger or drill string to produce a hole called a bore.
  16. (Boring (soil boring)) Usually, a vertical hole drilled into the ground from which soil samples can be collected and analyzed to determine the presence of chemicals and the physical characteristics of the soil.
  17. (BORING) Enlargement of the diameter of the holes is called boring operation. When boring is done in a lathe, the work usually is held in a chuck or on a face plate. Holes may be bored straight, tapered, tool parallel to the rotation axis of the work piece or to irregular contours.
  18. (Boring (Hosel Boring)) The process, using a drill or drill press, of enlarging the hosel bore of a wood, iron or putter.
  19. (Boring (racing)) When a horse, to improve his position, pushes another in front of him, to the extent of interfering with the other horse’s chances, he is said to be boring. This can be the subject of an objection.
  20. (Boring) (in  Edwin G. Boring (American psychologist))
  21. (Boring) A hole advanced in the ground by means of a drilling rig.
  22. (Boring) A machining method using single point tools on internal surfaces of revolution.
  23. (Boring) A special device attached to an embroidery machine which punctures the fabric, creating a void and then filling the rough edges with stitching (usually with column stitching).
  24. (Boring) An operation consisting of enlarging a hole to a specified dimension by use of a boring bar on such machines as lathes, jig borers, or milling machines.
  25. (Boring) Capable of penetrating a solid substratum by scraping or chemical dissolution.