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With him it was one favorite little joke which never staled.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN IRVIN S. (IRVIN SHREWSBURY) COBB
His aging muscles, staled by thirty-odd years of lack of practice at such tricks, merely made it jerky and forced.
SUNDRY ACCOUNTSIRVIN S. COBB
It is a matter of fact that besides being most intense, it is most enduring, growing, and never staled by custom.
THOUGHTS ON RELIGIONGEORGE JOHN ROMANES
The game of prying fork-tines staled on them one by one, and they took to songs, mostly of love and parting.
The humour of this joke never staled, and they parted with hoots and guffaws of laughter.
MISS MAPPEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON
Again a miracle; these are things which cannot be staled by repetition.
EXPOSITORY WRITINGMERVIN JAMES CURL
The mystery of the ancient wood was not to be staled by use.
THE HEART OF THE ANCIENT WOODCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
Nor has any custom staled its infinite variety, for as a place of resort it has been singularly free from vogue.
THE STORY OF NEWFOUNDLANDFREDERICK EDWIN SMITH, EARL OF BIRKENHEAD
Of course, its piquancy may have been staled by too frequent use—but "this is another story."
He was a brave man, but of a narrow and unsympathetic school, staled by continuous service throughout the war.

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION