jaded

[ jey-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF jaded

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The horses had been worked every day since the start, and were jaded.

But jaded though I might be, it was not yet my intent to sleep.

In his jaded condition Kenneth soon became a prey to the depression of it.

Six jaded horses, drawing a light spring-cart, had just pulled up.

This outrageous exhibition was to the Editor like the lash to a jaded horse.

The Major, besides being hungry and jaded, was irritable and angry.

The Count was as jaded and tired of life as the cadet was eager to enjoy it.

I was able to lift a load of doubt and fear from their jaded minds.

They stopped to rest, and even the woman had a very weary, jaded look.

Just after dark a courier on jaded horse came riding in from the south.

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