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To not be interested, or to be bored

glaze

verb

if you or your eyes glaze over, you start to look bored or tired and it is obvious to other people that you have stopped listening

mope

verb

to feel bored or unhappy and show no interest in doing anything

go crazy

to become bored, impatient, and upset

be past caring

to be no longer interested in someone or something, because they have made you feel annoyed or tired of them

mope around

to spend time somewhere with no particular purpose, feeling bored or unhappy

wilt

verb

if a person wilts, they have less energy, confidence, or enthusiasm

not look twice at

used for saying that you are not at all interested in someone or something

watch the clock

to keep looking at the time on a clock or a watch because you are bored or you want something to end

tire of

to become bored with someone or something

weary of

to become tired of something or bored with it

food rave

a very large party where people eat, sell or share many different types of food, usually held outside or in a large public building

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