tired

[ tahyuhrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF tired

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TIRED

It always feels like you—like your arms, Mtterchen—and I am tired.

Rested at Pintumbra, as there was good feed for our tired and hungry horses.

You must see that I am not in the least tired, only a little dazzled by the sun.

It's nice to be so tired, and to know one can sleep as long as one wants.

When I have time and am not too tired, I comfort myself with scribbling.

I was tired of trying to steer a course for myself, with no compass to go by.

He thought he was dead; that God had sent for him home; that he was now safe, only tired.

But you do get tired of a mother always keeping on telling you how much she loves you.

I'm so tired of things as they now are, that most any change would be fine.

That is why it is necessary to happiness that one should be tired.

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