King James Dictionary
TE'DIOUS, a. L. toedium.
1. Wearisome tiresome from continuance, prolixity, or slowness which causes prolixity. We say, a man is tedious in relating a story a minister is tedious in his sermon. We say also, a discourse is tedious, when it wearies by its length or dullness.
2. Slow as a tedious course.
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