- Alternative form of I'm tired.
““If the constitution to be adopted in Ocana is not suitable to the situation in which I see Colombia, I shall abandon at once a government of which I am tired at heart.””
“By Allah, I am tired of discourse with thee and chiding, and indeed thy soul coveteth that shall never become thine; nay, though thou gave me my weight in gold, thou shouldst not get thy wicked will of me; for, I know naught of the things of the world, save pleasant life, by the boon of Allah Almighty!”
“But, O Ja’afar, I am tired with fishing in the river, for I have caught great store of fish which I left on the bank with my master Khalifah, and he is watching them and waiting for me to return to him with a couple of frails and a matchet.”
“Dearest H —, I am tired with my journey, but very fairly well; to-morrow, I have no doubt that I shall be quite "jolly.”
“I am tired and woe-worn; often, in the bed, I wish I could weep my life away.”
“I am tired of the phrase dolce far niente, the sweetness of doing nothing, but what better way is there to describe that day?”
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