ho-hum[hō hum′; for adj. hō′hum′]
A man checks his watch during a ho-hum meeting.
used to signify boredom, lack of interest, weariness, etc.
Origin of ho-humconventionalized representation of a yawn
Informal uninteresting; boring; tiresome
Used to express boredom, weariness, or contempt.
Boring and dull; routine: “a ho-hum speaker who couldn't capture the attention of the conventioneers” (Chicago Tribune).
(comparative more ho-hum, superlative most ho-hum)