Humdrum

Hum"drum`

, n. 1. A dull fellow; a bore. B. Jonson.
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2. Monotonous and tedious routine.
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Dissatisfied with humdrum.
The Nation.
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3. A low cart with three wheels, drawn by one horse.

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Hu*mect"

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Hu*mec"tate

(?), } v. t. [L. humectare, humectatum, fr. humectus moist, fr. humere to be moist: cf. F. humecter.] To moisten; to wet. [Obs.] Howell.
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