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The days and weeks pass in wearying monotony, broken only by my anxiety about the approaching trial.
Such torpors are accompanied by an obscure labour of the brain, which is inexpressibly wearying.
Maruts on your strong-hoofed, never-wearying steeds go after those bright ones, which are still locked up.
Her conversation, instead of wearying him, as it once had, interested him.
MARY WOLLSTONECRAFTELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
This poor, degraded creature will kill me with her wearying gratitude.
And when the maids had recovered a little, they agreed what a tiresome and wearying thing it was when ladies took fancies.
Further exasperated, Falkner began teasing Arlo, and this had the effect of wearying Aïda of the situation.
A FRONTIER MYSTERYBERTRAM MITFORD
She's been wearying for weeks; and last night her sister came, and they hadn't met for very long.
But the work is still undoubtedly very wearying and difficult.
MAKING BOTH ENDS MEETSUE AINSLIE CLARK AND EDITH WYATT
You have had my heart for more than two years, and instead of wearying I feel myself more and more attached to you.
THE FOURTH ESTATE, VOL. 2ARMANDO PALACIO VALDS

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