Weary in a sentence

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Definition of Weary

  • Having the strength exhausted by toil or exertion; worn out in respect to strength, endurance, etc.; tired; fatigued.
  • Causing weariness; tiresome.
  • Having one's patience, relish, or contentment exhausted; tired; sick; -- with of before the cause; as, weary of marching, or of confinement; weary of study.
  • To reduce or exhaust the physical strength or endurance of; to tire; to fatigue; as, to weary one's self with labor or traveling.
  • To make weary of anything; to exhaust the patience of, as by continuance.
  • To harass by anything irksome.
  • To grow tired; to become exhausted or impatient; as, to weary of an undertaking.
  • exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress
  • lose interest or become bored with something or somebody

How to use weary in a sentence. Weary pronunciation.

His Wench was glad she was so rid of him; for being become Poor, and not able to supply her with Money, she was grown quite a weary of him; but not of her way of Living; For as soon as he was gone, she repairs again to the Old Bawd; and acquainted her how matters stood with her.
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Thou hast my heart, my Dear, and I'll not leave thee; tho' she shou'd Chat until her Tongue be weary.
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The weary dreamer angrily shook himself, collected his thoughts, doubled his fist, and lifted it angrily; this movement was the first sign of returning physical energy; he stretched his limbs like a man awaking from sleep, rubbed his eyes, pressed his hands to his temples; by degrees full consciousness returned to him, and with it the recollection of all that had occurred in the last hour or two.
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She paused by a square block of diorite, and Paulus, who had not failed to observe how heavy her steps were, desired her to sit down; he pushed up a flag of stone, which he propped with smaller ones, so that Sirona might not lack a support for her weary back.
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She was still very weary, and her head ached, but she could stand and walk.
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She had gone out, clinging to his arm into the peristyle of his father's house; as he walked backward and forwards with poor, weary, abandoned Sirona, his neglected figure seemed by degrees to assume the noble aspect of a high- born Greek; and instead of the rough, rocky soil, he felt as if he were treading the beautiful mosaic pavement of his father's court.
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The two utterly failed to understand each other, and, weary of his mother's capricious violence of temper, he became completely estranged.
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They are indeed a symbol of eternal peace, the shadow of a great rock in a weary land.
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So far as the narrative goes, one may skip a score of leaves at will; but in the midst of aimless and weary gabble, passages of extraordinary beauty and uncanny insight strike out with the force of a sudden blow.
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At the age of nineteen, weary of life, he shot himself, but recovered.
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Mankind, however, grew in age and wisdom; people got weary of the former rowdy, bloody games, and became more serious, thoughtful, and cautious.
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His employer had declared himself unable to pay him a penny that night, and the shoe-maker, too honest to incur a debt without knowing that he should be able to cancel it, bent his weary steps homeward, trusting that He who hears the ravens when they cry, would fill the mouths of his little family.
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The man of God, weary and heavy-laden, in his closet in Indiana, spread his case before the Lord.
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Evening came-the weary doctors went home, leaving the last sacred moments to my parents.
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Meanwhile Talleyrand was announced to the Emperor; and as the interview lasted a long time, my child grew weary of waiting, and I carried him back to his mother.
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Nancy's bosom heaved, as though she had been hastening overmuch; her face was deeply coloured; her eyes had an unwonted appearance, resembling those of a night-watcher at weary dawn.
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Having inflamed the girl's imagination, Mrs. Damerel presently dropped the subject, and fell again into weary silence.
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At the close of the London season she seemed weary and spiritless, very unlike herself; having no invitation for the next two months, she withdrew to Whitsand, and there spent some cheerless weeks.
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An invitation to benign repose, A foe to all the fretful brood of fears, Bidding the weary eye-lid sink and close.
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It is useless to weary you with details; we were in retreat; a shower of stones and bullets poured upon us, as if from the moon.
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Examples of Weary

Example #1
Neglecting of his Business, and Maintaining of his Miss, had made him run in Debt, and he began to be so haunted by Bailiffs and Sergeants, that he was forc'd to fly into the _Low-Countries_ to secure himself; Chusing rather to trust to his Heels than his Hands.
Example #2
Till at last her Pride and Pleasure had brought him to Pain and Poverty.
Example #3
Come, thou art mine, and shalt have what thou wilt; my Love to thee is more then to my Heir: shall I live sparing for a Brood of Bratts, that for my Means wish me in my Grave!
Example #4
She tells me, Grief will kill her very shortly: I wish it wou'd, I shou'dn't grutch the Charges of giving her a Coffin and a Grave.
Example #5
He hastily left the dark room, refreshed himself in the kitchen with a gulp of wine, and went up to the open window to gaze at the stars.
Example #6
The image of the lovely Glycera, who had followed him to Alexandria, and whom he had there abandoned, when he had squandered his last piece of money and her last costly jewels in the Greek city, no longer appeared to him alone, but always side by side with his wife Sirona. Glycera had been a melancholy sweetheart, who had wept much, and laughed little after running away from her husband; he fancied he could hear her speaking soft words of reproach, while Sirona defied him with loud threats, and dared to nod and signal to the senator's son Polykarp.