The mother had dragged her wearied body out for a day of "light" work.
The trail found itself under my feet; I was not in the least wearied.
He had been lightly hooked on the angle of the right jaw, and the hook had not wearied him.
Wearied, he deposited himself sulkily in an armchair by the hearth.
He devoured her with his eyes, sighed, and wearied her with prayers and reproaches.
The attitude of the horse was one of extreme and wearied dejection.
By nightfall the Germans seemed to have wearied of the attacks.
She had done with lust, and the society of her paramours only worried and wearied her.
It persists; it is of an undaunted boldness and of a fortitude not to be wearied out.
We have many of us known men who, like Odysseus, have wearied of ambition and have only desired rest.