The difference between tiresome and tiring





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What's the difference between tiresome and tiring?

By Mr. Jaffer, Saudi Arabia - 22nd March-2007.

When you say that something or someone is tiresome what you are implying is that the object or person is making you feel irritated, annoyed, or bored.

Here are a few examples.

• When I visited my uncle's house, he asked me some tiresome questions.

• My friend's wife can prove to be tiresome at times.

• My cousin lost my father's tax forms. So my poor father had to go through the tiresome process of filling them out again.

We suppose you know what tiring means.

That's easy. Anything that makes you feel tired I guess.

Here are a few examples.

• I have had a tiring day. I think I will go to bed.

• He was tired by the hard work.




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