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American history is unknown to me Tuesday

hoary [HAWR-ee, HOHR-ee]

adjective
1. gray or white with age
2. ancient or venerable
3. tedious from familiarity; stale

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/hoary


Are they still going on with those hoary headlines about Lindsay Lohan in jail? My god, I'm sick of it already.
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