weary

[ weer-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF weary

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WEARY

Weary and restless with vain waiting, they looked from the doorway at the weather.

Unwashed and unshaven, he saunters moodily about, weary and dejected.

More than a haven for the weary, it is a hope for the brave.

I want to eat when I am hungry, sleep when I am weary, drink—well, any old time.

The happiest of us has been weary of her many a time and oft.

I am weary of the earth-damps; they burden me; they choke me!

Weary as she was, Hester was charmed with hers, and the more charmed the more she surveyed it.

True, there were hot days and restless nights, weary feet, and now and then a heartache.

The nurses read the response a little slowly, as if they, too, were weary.

After all the weary waiting, Ned and I exchanged only a word.

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