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bored adj.

VERBS be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, get, grow Some children get bored very quickly. | remain

ADV. really, terribly, very | thoroughly | a bit, faintly, a little, pretty, rather, slightly

PREP. at bored at the prospect of going shopping | by He seemed faintly bored by the whole process. | with He was bored with their conversation.

PHRASES bored out of your (tiny) mind He walked along, bored out of his mind. | bored rigid/silly/stiff I remember being bored stiff during my entire time at school. | bored to death/distraction/tears She was alone all day and bored to death.