snoozefest

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snoozefest

1. Some event or situation in which people spend a lot of time sleeping. My son is having some friends over for the night. They're always really rowdy until the early hours, but then it's usually a snoozefest the whole next day.
2. Some event or situation that causes one to fall asleep because it is so boring or unstimulating. This director's work is usually really interesting, but I found his latest film to be a total snoozefest.
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AT least Everton fans received free booze to drown their sorrows from this snooze-fest.
I mean, the whole thing was just a snooze-fest. So it hardly made a blip on my consciousness.
But take my word for it when I say it is a big timesaver and stress reliever if you want to bypass the stop-and-go snooze-fest in EDSA coming from and going to Makati.
While nuclear science isn't the most riveting of topics, credit has to go to Sharma and Abraham for not making it a snooze-fest. It could be a dull topic for many, but they manage to insert some verve into their plot.
So give NASCAR and Charlotte president Marcus Smith credit for trying a radically different rules package in a grasp toward adding something to the snooze-fest. They went with restrictor plates, the choking gadgets designed to limit horsepower, which are really only used at Daytona and Talladega.
If you've never flown up there, you can't imagine the snooze-fest you've been missing.
It was no surprise that the tie's best player proved to be the one who got the Blues going and after the 20-year-old was this week nominated for the prestigious Golden Boy award he proved the man of the hour as he scored twice - and came agonisingly close to a third - to inject a snooze-fest of a game with quality.
But despite the snooze-fest that is the first 50 minutes, episode two picks up the pace straight away - and even though our heroes don't begin their team-up until the end of episode three, these two episodes prove to be a good watch and keep you wanting more.
Apart from it being shot beautifully, it's a bit of a snooze-fest for me.
But imagine how tedious your story about your passion for science becomes if you start with a line like, "It all began when I was six years old, when my parents were impressed by how curious I was with the world around me." That's likely to set the stage for a real snooze-fest.
And give me this sort of excitement, rather than a mid-table snooze-fest, any day of the week.
But if it was stretching it to imagine the visit of Swansea City would yield a block-buster, Everton fans were entitled to expect more than a snooze-fest which had nobody clamouring for a sequel.
Just as the book hit the shelves, Strider's organization, Correct the Record, had released 11 pages of bullet points swatting down anticipated criticisms from Clinton's detractors ("Hard Choices is just another way for Hillary to make money hand over fist"; "Hard Choices is a glossed-over snooze-fest").
I'll avoid the snooze-fest that usually ensues when Orion drivers start talking about propellers and throwing out such sparkling catch phrases as "fluid reliability" and "centrifugal twisting moment." I'll instead make these two points:
The story is more of a snooze-fest than it sounds, but it's the goofiness of Ehrenreich that made the very slow plot bearable.