Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I am so relieved, and more tired than I have ever guessed a woman could be.

She was no wetter and no more tired than her cousin, she said.

When she drove past laughing Kora on the avenue she was more tired of it than ever.

The little preacher was, therefore, more tired than his wont.

After a while will do,” he said easily, “when we are more tired of ourselves.

He was hungry, and once more tired of being alone and sulky.

Poor sun, how tired he must be—but not more tired than the Government!

The fish was more tired, and its leaps into the air were shorter and more feeble.

Miles was more tired to-night than I have seen him all summer!

I find I am more tired than I knew, now that it's all over.'