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tædious (comparative more tædious, superlative most tædious)

  1. Archaic spelling of tedious.
    • 16th century, Edmund Spenser, Amoretti, SONNET. XXXIII.:
      How then ſhould I without another wit :
      thinck euer to endure ſo tædious toyle,
      ſins that this one is toſt with troublous fit,
      of a proud loue, that doth my ſpirite ſpoyle.