Thesaurus / tiring
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As usual the ride over the plain is very tedious and tiring to the limbs—a hilly country in moderation is much more comfortable.

It was too tiring to go on doing that, when there was no one to be annoyed by it.

Your body will call for rest after the tiring duties of the day and you should give it all the rest you can.

These were the things they did on that holiday; childish, happy, tiring things, such as people do who love the outdoors.

Fanny HerselfEdna Ferber

Then he questioned her, asking her to tell him in detail what she had omitted for fear of tiring him.

Nobody's GirlHector Malot

We will ascend more gradually this time, so that the acceleration won't be so tiring to you.

Islands of SpaceJohn W Campbell

On other days London apparently was tiring him and he dozed off and on through his visits.

The Life of James McNeill WhistlerElizabeth Robins Pennell

Nothing is so tiring as a slow train, which crawls upon the road and lingers at every station.

The ArgosyVarious

Tiring of this, they locked arms again and, taking by hazard a side street, continued their quest for adventure.

Stover at YaleOwen Johnson

Captain Dyer was present, and told a great many stories in a loud, tiring voice.

In Exile and Other StoriesMary Hallock Foote

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