wearying

[ weer-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF wearying

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WEARYING

"I think you are wearying the lady," he said, and stirred him with his foot.

Dorn, wearying of his talk, waited for some one of the company to relieve him of the burden.

Night and day I was wearying for them, for years after I came to live at Morningside.

Her conversation, instead of wearying him, as it once had, interested him.

After wearying the readers on this and numerous other 'isms,' it was discontinued.

I've been thinking long for you this many a time, my brother, and wearying for you.

Curious how wearying it is to hold your limbs in a fresh position.

You will need a good night's rest after your long and wearying ride.

To keep up a fiction is the most wearying thing in the world.

The day's ride is wearying in the extreme in spite of its fascinations.

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