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auger a tool used by carpenters for boring holes in wood.
bit1 the pointed tool that is fastened into a drill head for boring or drilling. [1/5 definitions]
blah used to indicate insignificant, predictable, boring, or irritating things being said (often spoken in repetition). [1/4 definitions]
bore1 a hole or other opening made by boring. [1/7 definitions]
boring1 (pl.) the refuse, such as chips or dust, produced as the result of boring something. [1/3 definitions]
brace a tool used for holding and turning wood-boring bits. [1/10 definitions]
bromide (informal) a boring person. [1/4 definitions]
deadly extremely boring. [1/6 definitions]
drag (slang) a boring or inhibiting person or situation. [1/13 definitions]
drear in literature, dreary; dismal; boring.
dreary tedious, boring, or unexciting. [1/2 definitions]
drudge someone who works at a boring, repetitious, physically demanding, or menial job. [2 definitions]
drudgery hard, boring, menial, or unpleasant work.
dry uninteresting; boring. [1/14 definitions]
dull lacking in interest, originality, or liveliness; boring. [1/10 definitions]
fogy someone who has old-fashioned habits, beliefs, or ideas, esp. someone who is also boring (usu. prec. by "old").
galley slave a person who does menial or boring work; drudge. [1/2 definitions]
grind (informal) tedious or boring work. [1/12 definitions]
groove (informal) a fixed routine, considered as being effective, or as being humdrum and boring. [1/7 definitions]
longueur (French) a lengthy, boring part in a book, opera, speech, or the like.
pall2 to become boring or distasteful; cause weariness.