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weary

wea·ry

weary

 
 
pronunciation:
wi ri
parts of speech:
adjective, verb
part of speech: adjective
inflections: wearier, weariest
definition 1: tired in body or mind; fatigued.
He was weary after riding his bicycle all day.Studying for the exam made her weary.
synonyms:
exhausted, fatigued, tired
antonyms:
energetic, fresh
similar words:
beat, done in, drowsy, sleepy, worn-out
definition 2: becoming impatient, bored, or unhappy with a particular thing (often followed by "of").
I am weary of working every day.
synonyms:
bored, dissatisfied, tired
antonyms:
enthusiastic
similar words:
annoyed, fed up, impatient, indifferent, sick
 
part of speech: verb
inflections: wearied, wearies, wearying
definition 1: to make weary; tire.
A long swim wearied the dog.
synonyms:
exhaust, fatigue, tire
antonyms:
refresh
similar words:
bore, drain
definition 2: to become impatient, bored, or unhappy with a particular thing (often followed by "of").
We soon wearied of his silly stories.
synonyms:
tire
derivations: wearied (adj.), wearily (adv.), weariness (n.)