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"Very well, I promise," replied Ermie, in a tired-out voice.

Do I need to tell toilers of the deep how sweet rest is to the tired-out body?

One of them had seen him also walking by the side of his tired-out horse.

His eyes shone, the tired-out look had disappeared; his lips smiled.

I ain't a whole lot intending to go moping about on no tired-out bronc, an' don't you forget it, neither.

Those who go, and those who do not go to church, the fervent believer and the tired-out sceptic here meet on common ground.

Bet held one of her hands firmly, and her own eager hungry eyes never stirred from the dying, tired-out face.

He had, by this time, quite recovered the calm which comes to the tired-out man when tumult overtakes him.

Mr. Podmore clings to the old man, who assists him on to the bed, and determines to wait until the tired-out man is asleep.

And you haven't slept a wink, except like a tired-out child after its first party, on that old garden chair.

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