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Fortunately, TV was there to pick up the slack and keep pandemic-weary viewers entertained at home with more quality content than ever before—much of it from streaming platforms rather than traditional broadcast television.
Having made and sampled more than a score of cheesesteaks to perfect the recipe, I’ve grown weary of them.
A Parisian in the 18th century won’t share the same judgment of the fumes of rotten fish with the same foreign fascination as our weary time traveler.
Burkhard’s lens captures those sentiments nicely in Thor’s world-weary expressions and the wonder in his daughter’s face as she stares out at the ocean.
Google was able to correct the ship with the launch of the Pixel 3a, joining the likes of Apple and Samsung in offering budget versions of its smartphone flagship as consumers grew weary of premium prices.
"That is all right," said Brett wearily, traversing a corridor to gain his room.
She lay for some minutes longer with closed eyes, and then, wearily, she sat up.
HORACE CHASECONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON
His head was wearily thrown on the back of the chair, his eyes, half-closed, he seemed to be reflecting over something.
MOTHERMAKSIM GORKY
He hung sullenly on the counter for a while, then lurched to his swag, and shouldered it hopelessly and wearily.
Wearily they climbed the steep and rugged path that led them to freedom.

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