What does bore you mean?

What does bore you mean?

transitive to make someone feel impatient or dissatisfied, especially by talking to them about things that are not very interesting. I hope I’m not boring you. bore someone with something: I won’t bore you with all the details.

How do you use the word bore?

Bore sentence example

  1. I don’t want to bore you to death.
  2. Jackson is a real bore , he’s Dracula every single year, ughh.
  3. Had she been a complete bore lately?
  4. The ice bore him but it swayed and creaked, and it was plain that it would give way not only under a cannon or a crowd, but very soon even under his weight alone.

What does tiresome bore mean?

a : a dull or tiresome person His friends are a bunch of bores. b : something that is devoid of interest The lecture was a total bore. bore.

How do you use boring in a sentence?

Boring sentence example

  1. I must be boring you to death.
  2. She didn’t stay long in the boring room.
  3. Each trip was more boring than the last.
  4. Those blue eyes were boring into her soul, searching for heaven only knew what.

What makes someone a bore?

Boring people don’t include anybody in the conversation. What makes someone boring is “the inability to include the others with interest into the conversation,” says Marie Holland, “which I feel usually happens when the ‘boring’ person just wants their point to be told with too much detail that isn’t relevant.”

What does bore him up mean?

To endure or persevere through challenges or emotional distress. To help one to endure or persevere through emotional distress. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between “bear” and “up.” The presence of Mandy’s father really bore her up at the funeral.

What type of verb is Bore?

Other definitions for bore (2 of 4) verb (used with object), bored, bor·ing. to pierce (a solid substance) with some rotary cutting instrument. to make (a hole) by drilling with such an instrument. to form, make, or construct (a tunnel, mine, well, passage, etc.)

How can I not be boring?

How to be Less Boring and Maybe Even Fun

  1. Make your goals spicy. Check what you’re aiming for this month, this year and in life.
  2. Drop the cool act.
  3. Tell stories but know when to stop.
  4. Hide your phone from yourself.
  5. Initiate something.
  6. Take the muzzle off.
  7. Screw with your routines.
  8. Do (or try) interesting things.

Who is a boring person?

“Boring people are usually those who can’t (or won’t) understand how the conversation is experienced from the other person’s perspective,” says Drew Austin. “The ability to place oneself in another person’s shoes makes someone interesting to talk to.” That’s why emotional intelligence is key to conversationality.

What are examples of boring tools?

Drilling and Boring Tools

  • Standard twist drill.
  • Improved twist drill.
  • Titanium-coated bit.
  • Bradpoint bit.
  • Spade bit.
  • Powerbore bit.
  • Auger bit.
  • Forstner bit.

Is Bored of grammatically correct?

Well, many people still regard “bored of” as incorrect, but really it’s a generational thing. What our evidence shows is that bored with and bored of are now used with almost equal frequency, but that among younger people “bored of” is more common.

What is the most boring topic ever?

Top Ten Most Boring Topics of Conversation

  • Weather. A good ice-breaker (especially for the British) but after 10 minutes of saying “It’s not what was forecast, is it?
  • Politics. Good political discussions are interesting.
  • Celebrities.
  • Insurance.
  • Facebook.
  • Mathematics.
  • Baby Showers.
  • Personal health issues.

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