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World-weary, she immediately resolved to accept the invitation.
JOSEPHINEJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
The world-weary man looks on with wonder, reverencing yet not comprehending.
The country cries health and enthusiasm to the world-weary soul as it does to the barefoot boy.
THE NEW EDUCATIONSCOTT NEARING
It is significant that Wagner was as world-weary from middle-age on as was Beethoven.
BEETHOVENGEORGE ALEXANDER FISCHER
The heroines of poems and fictions are complex people to-day, world-weary, tempestuous and without peace of heart or mind.
THE DRUNKARDCYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
A pathetic sight to eyes wise enough to see the pathos,—a world-weary, middle-aged man in vain quest of his lost boyhood.
ASA HOLMESANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
World-weary, and in despair, he apparently wished only to die.
It was to this abode that Aaron Burr, world-weary and near death, was brought in 1836.
In it the world-weary age of the later renaissance sought escape from the materialism that bound it.
Italy has grown old, and Ariosto is the genius of a tired, world-weary, disillusioned age.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.