Yes, many of those jobs are poorly paid and deadening, agreed and acknowledged.
Hired as a mechanic, he would soon find himself behind the wheel, yet “he found oval racing a deadening merry-go-round.”
Its recurring phrase is now the deadening, argument-stifling “As a mom,” cited frequently by Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd.
She was calm, but a curious pulse was beating in her ears and deadening her sense of hearing.
One of its legs caught Garnache on the sword arm, deadening it for a second.
Conversation at its highest is the most delightful of intellectual stimulants; at its lowest the most deadening to intellect.
His ambitions were already sullied by many unworthy and deadening ideas.
Repassage; is passing over the dead surfaces a second coat of deadening glue, which must be hotter than the first.
I remember now how deadening their look was, in their very lustre and moveless calm.
Holgraves sweeping protests are too drastic, but Phbes placid acquiescence is deadening.