What is other words for boredom?

What is other words for boredom?

Synonyms & Antonyms of boredom

  • blahs,
  • doldrums,
  • ennui,
  • listlessness,
  • restlessness,
  • tedium,
  • weariness.

What are the pleasant words?

agreeable, amiable, amusing, bland, charming, cheerful, congenial, cool, cordial, delightful, engaging, enjoyable, fun, gracious, homey, likable, lovely, mild, pleasing, pleasurable.

What are related words of day?


  • dawning,
  • daybreak,
  • forenoon,
  • morn,
  • morning,
  • sunrise.
  • What is the true meaning of ennui?

    a feeling of weariness and dissatisfaction
    Definition of ennui : a feeling of weariness and dissatisfaction : boredom.

    How do I say I’m bored?


    1. What a bore!
    2. I’m bored to tears / bored to death / bored silly / bored stiff.
    3. I can’t say that I find this very interesting.
    4. I must say that I don’t share your enthusiasm.
    5. It’s so dull.
    6. Quite frankly the performance leaves me cold.
    7. I’ve never watched anything so boring.
    8. This ceremony is so long!

    How do you describe a boring day?

    Another useful alternative to ‘boring’ is the adjective tedious: I very rarely iron clothes – I find it so tedious. Moving on now to adjectives with a slight additional meaning, if something is boring and it makes you feel sad or hopeless, you might describe it as dreary: It was another dreary day in the office.

    What is existential ennui?

    Furthermore, ennui is often existential in nature, meaning that it involves strong internal doubts about one’s purpose and actions, either in general or when it comes to a specific but major domain in one’s life.

    What does millennial ennui mean?

    First, some definitions: Millennial: a person reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century. Ennui: a feeling of listlessness and dissatisfaction arising from a lack of occupation or excitement.