snorefest

snorefest

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 snorefest 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 snorefest.
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Both teams found it tough to create anything in a snorefest.
Robert Bellshaw, Carluke, said: "This World Cup has been a snorefest. I can't wait until we get to the round of 16 and then it will really be worth watching.
A goal of beauty that could not have been any more out of keeping with the turgid nature of the south-coast snorefest.
ADNAN JANUZAJ'S late stunner was good enough to win a cup tie far better than this snorefest.
After three long months - and they felt longer during the snorefest that was Euro 2016 - the Premier League is back.
The three whites available were the all-too predictable snorefest of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio.
Terry Wogan took the rap for Eurovision's dreadful reputation this week as the organiser of the annual snorefest took a swipe at the late broadcaster for undermining its...
What used to be a mustsee programme had become a bit of a snorefest as the amount of footage the Beeb could actually show decreased, leading to an increase in set-piece 'funnies', the main feature of which was a complete lack of fun or humour.
The center point of Agatha's philosophy is that money doesn't have to be a "boring snorefest" and that making it "simple and fun" is the most effective way to get people interested in their finances.
He opened his remarks by referring to the GOP convention as "that stinking snorefest down the street." The audience got another serving of "red meat" when Professor Woods described bipartisanship as the Stupid Party getting together with the Evil Party to do something both stupid and evil.
He also wants the full-evening ballet to be paced properly-slow enough for the audience to digest the story but fast enough to prevent a snorefest.
He continued his snorefest with one-time manager Louis Walsh but nobody listened to the pair of drama queens.
SOLARIS is a Hollywood remake of a 1972 Russian film of the same title, a film which one critic at the time described as ``an obscure intellectual snorefest.'' As it ran got close on three hours, one can understand why.