bored silly

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bored silly

 and bored to distraction; bored stiff; bored to death; bored to tears
very bored; extremely dull and uninteresting (Usually an exaggeration.) I was bored silly at the lecture. The dull speaker left me bored to distraction. I am bored to tears. Let's go home.
See also: bore, silly
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I'M bored to death of watching this monkeyfaced cage fighter prancing around like he's the new Peter Andre.
I'm just bored to death with the same old faces who don't have enough quality to take us forward.
Getting bored to death with climate change being used as an excuse to con more money out of an already over-taxed nation.
I watched the fight on Saturday and, like most of the country, was bored to death of Barney's hit-and-run style.
They are available; at least 50 bored to death in the Port of Holyhead.
What Calista says: "I simply can't believe that people can still talk about it and not be bored to death with the whole thing.
The clock is ticking and a deadline should be set and kept before we all get bored to death with the interminable wait.
Narrating the party's latest radio election broadcast in a satirical style, he says: 'Hello, John Cleese here, bored to death with the election - everyone bleating away about how dreadful the other lot are.
Deep Impact'' suggests that we'll all more likely be bored to death.
Ever since we were bored to death by the twice replayed Rangers-Hibs final in 1979 (two ended 0-0) I've called for an IMMEDIATE penalty shoot- out.
Since opening its doors in 2004, Steiner Studios has been home to such television series as Boardwalk Empire, Bored to Death, In Treatment and Damages, and such feature films as Enchanted, Inside Man, and Sex and the City.
Retirement certainly isn't a word that's in my dictionary and I'd be bored to death if I didn't have my work.
It was spectacular stuff for those of those bored to death by staid productions of the Bard.
At the moment I'm studying mainly to give myself an interest out of the water because otherwise I'd be bored to death.