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Correct spelling:
bored
Definition:
of Bore

Synonyms:

adjective
all
bored, world-weary.
discontent
anguished, anxious, cheerless, cross, despondent, disapproving, discomposed, discontent, disgruntled, displeased, disquieted, dissatisfied, dissident, exasperated, fed up, frustrated, gloomy, irreconcilable, irritated, joyless, malcontent, miserable, restless, sour, uncomfortable, uneasy, ungratified, unhappy, wretched, non-satisfied, teed off, ticked off.
inattentive
faraway, neglectful, unconscious, unheeding, unmindful, out to lunch, undiscerning, unperceiving, unwatchful, Inobservant, unnoticing, Unobserving, off guard.
jaded
wearied, fagged, worn down, wornout, had it, been around, tired-out, worn-down.
perforated
drilled, perforated, pierced, punctured, spiked, stuck, through, Gouged, Lanced, Penetrated, Poked, Skewered, Punched, Speared, needled.
uninterested
disinterested, dull, fatigued, inattentive, spiritless, tired, sick and tired, turned off, blasé.
weary
apathetic, blue, debilitated, depressed, droopy, drowsy, exhausted, faint, feeble, flaccid, footsore, limp, listless, sleepy, toilsome, trying, uphill, wasted, weak, weary, worn-out, Wayworn, Frazzled, run down, over-weary, cheerless, fatigued, tired, ready to drop, bone-tired, dead tired, out of gas, run-down.
noun
bored
blase, tired, uninterested, world-weary.
wearied
dull, jaded, irked, sick and tired, bored stiff, bored to death, bored to tears, in a rut.
verb
bored
annoyed, dulled, fatigued, sedated, tired, wearied, Tranquilized.
perforated
pointed.
Examples of usage:
  1. No; when I am bored, I shall fire the powder- magazine. – The Blue Pavilions by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  2. Brown looked very bored, and proceeded to tell them all there was to be said upon the subject. – The Book-Hunter at Home by P. B. M. Allan
  3. And now you will have something to think of, Alice, you will be bored no longer? – The Ancient Law by Ellen Glasgow
  4. And when he was actually bored he often pretended enthusiasm. – Gargoyles by Ben Hecht
  5. Mr. Deanwood was the only restless person; he felt thoroughly uncomfortable and bored to death. – The Point of View by Elinor Glyn

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