Boring and Entertaining


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Boring adjective – Causing weariness, restlessness, or lack of interest.
Usage example: I wish this book weren't so boring; I keep falling asleep whenever I try to read it

Entertaining is an antonym for boring in engaging topic.
Nearby Words: bore, bored
Antonyms for Boring


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Entertaining adjective – Providing amusement or enjoyment.
Usage example: a list of entertaining things to do on a snow day

Boring is an antonym for entertaining in amusing topic.
Nearby Words: entertain, entertainment, entertainer, entertained, entertainingly
Antonyms for Entertaining
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Things that words describes

person boring person entertaining person
character boring character entertaining character
work boring work entertaining work
part boring part entertaining part
Other nouns: job, parts, scene, show, way, characters, personality, game, story, book, fight, waste, film, writing, stories, matches, scenes, moments, episodes.

Both words in one sentence

  • In the worst cases, it either becomes just an entertaining show and not a sport, or it's technically perfect but emotionless and boring to watch.
  • Series / Mystery Science Theater 3000 Stairwell Chase: The one in "Soultaker" gets so boring that Mike and the Bots find two ants fighting over a piece of candy on the floor more entertaining.
  • Filler While their wanton destruction is entertaining for a while, most of the time it goes on so long so the fights themselves become boring.
    Source: Filler
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