Imagine that you are very experienced person, like Dorian Gray. You are tired of life, there is nothing new for you. And you are saying: "I’ve tried everything, and everything has bored". Is has bored correct?
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Yes, but it's plausibly confusing as the mind's eye will tend towards reading 'bored' as an adjective rather than a verb, since the adjective usage is the most common. It's usually better to avoid such confusions unless you intended to cause them for a specific reason.