ho-hum

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  • adjective (something) dull, tedious, of mediocre quality or little interest. When used by Americans this expression usually denotes boredom, by British speakers it may rather suggest uncertainty. In American English the adjective occasionally doubles as a noun or, more rarely, a verb (meaning to be bored by or to declare something boring).
  • noun (something) dull, tedious, of mediocre quality or little interest. When used by Americans this expression usually denotes boredom, by British speakers it may rather suggest uncertainty. In American English the adjective occasionally doubles as a noun or, more rarely, a verb (meaning to be bored by or to declare something boring).
  • verb (something) dull, tedious, of mediocre quality or little interest. When used by Americans this expression usually denotes boredom, by British speakers it may rather suggest uncertainty. In American English the adjective occasionally doubles as a noun or, more rarely, a verb (meaning to be bored by or to declare something boring).
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